Develop strong oblique muscles to improve posture, spinal motion and core stability. The internal and external obliques are located on the sides of the midsection. They are classified as lateral core muscles. They contract concentrically to bend and rotate the spine. Strengthen your obliques to help prevent oblique muscles strains. These three exercises can key … Read the rest
Strengthen your abdominal muscles to prevent low back pain, improve posture and enhance function. Strong transverse abdominis, internal obliques, external obliques, rectus abdominis and multifidi muscles help lower the risk of low back injuries and piriformis syndrome. Combine abdominal strengthening exercises with lumbar spine stretching exercises to combat postural issue such as lower cross syndrome.… Read the rest
Execute isometric abdominal strengthening exercises to develop strength and endurance in the deep core muscles including the transverse abdominis, diaphragm and multifidi. Strengthen your deep abdominal muscles to help lower the potential of low back pain. Strong transverse abdominis, diaphragm and multifidi muscles are needed for spinal stability. If the deep muscles do not stabilize … Read the rest
Strengthen the intrinsic foot muscles and extrinsic foot muscles to improve posture, enhance lower extremity function, increase balance and prevent injuries. Perform foot strengthening exercises consistently and correctly for optimum results. The foot and lower leg muscles are seldom trained. They are often the most neglected muscles in the body. Implement a foot strengthening program … Read the rest
Movement is an effective tool to help rehabilitate lumbar spine injuries. Moving in the correct directions is vital for each condition.
Execute the Williams Flexion Exercises to prevent and rehabilitate lumbar spine conditions such as lumbar sprain/strain and facet syndrome. These exercises will help stretch the erector spinae, quadratus lumborum and hamstrings muscles while … Read the rest