straight with our shoulders back and our feet under our knees, so why don’t we?
but are not limited to:
Range of Motion
to Perform Daily Functions
the core and help correct poor posture.
lumbar spine to help keep you from hyperextending your back while strengthening
your lower abdominal muscles.
Supine (Glute) Bridge
tilt, keeping a flat back, will ensure that you feel this in your gluteal
muscles rather than in your back from hyperextension.
1/2 Roll Thoracic Mobilizations
breathing so when you bring your elbows down and toward the table, exhale and
get as much stretch across the front of your chest and try to flatten your
upper back. This is where most individuals have rounded shoulders.
Back to Wall Breathing
wall. Set your core by doing a pelvic tilt then hinge your butt back to the
wall, flatten back up the wall from pelvis to shoulders one back bone at a
time, take a big breath in through the nose then exhale as if you were blowing
up a balloon in one try. You should feel a good contraction of you core muscle
if you maintain a flat back against the wall.
straight across this will help flatten out the rounder shoulders and help
improve the forward head posture that is caused by it.
Blog post by Craig Moody.