I was on the wonderful Zoom call the other day. I have been practicing shoulder roll, but find that within a few minutes of setting my shoulder back, I am, by necessity reaching forward to do something, I totally get the FEEL of the "T rex arms" that Esther describes and understand the concept of not allowing the shoulder to roll forward; however I feel restricted and impractical holding my arms by my sides—
Is it that I KEEP replacing them in the backward position, and adjust my car, my computer, etc. — al the things I will be doing for a while in the same position?? It seems it is inherently GOOD to move around to reach, to turn, to get up from the computer and MOVE. . . .
Again, I am guessing the bottom line here is to do this when I know I will be sitting in roughly the same position for a time???