If you sit at a desk, and have low back pain, this blog is for you. This entry will focus on Static Stretches for the lower back. These are important areas to focus on as most people who sit at a desk suffer from muscle tension in pain in this area.
In this entry, we review 2 stretches focused on the abdominal (stomach) region. The abdominals are active with all movement and essential for stabilization and balance. Proper balance in the abdominal and core regions will not only improve performance, but decrease risk of injury.
This entry focuses on Static Stretches for the Latissimus Dorsi and Triceps Brachii. These muscles are important to stretch in order to balance posture and keep the shoulders in a neutral position. Improving flexility in this area will decrease upper back pain and improve overall posture, decreasing the risk of injury to the shoulder and neck. .
This entry focuses on Static Stretches for the Upper Back and Shoulders. People with shoulder and neck pain often find that they have muscle tightness in these areas, and this stretch helps alleviate this tightness. Imbalance in this region can impinge on shoulder function and lead to neck and upper back imbalance, increasing risk of pain and injury in these areas.
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