We have created a suite of stretches for you to add to your daily exercise routine to help improve range of motion, strength and flexibility.
Weak, under-active gluteal muscles can be a contributing factor in low back pain and dysfunction. This is a great exercise that targets some of these structures.
Child’s Pose to Cobra
If you’re spending a lot of time seated at a desk or standing at a workbench this is a great way to get the spine and supporting muscles moving.
Single Leg Stability
Single leg balance is important for optimal movement and a deficit in stability through the help can lead to issues/compensations above and below.
Banded Reverse Fly
The muscles of the mid back are important for optimal shoulder function and good posture. This is a helpful exercise to strengthen and prevent injury.
This works on both shoulder and core strength/stability. Multiple variations can be completed to both increase and vary the demands/loads on the shoulder and core.
Thoracic Rotation / Open Book
Thoracic or mid back rotation is important. Whilst the majority of trunk rotation comes from the thoracic spine, it plays a critical role in shoulder function.