Care of your spine is like care of your teeth,…
Lower back pain can be quite common in adults and is often due to muscle strain, injury, improper posture, or staying in one position for too long. At Live Well Holistic Health, we believe that everyone can maintain a youthful body through proper exercise and good maintenance protocols.A youthful body is one that is both elastic and strong. Training the body to be flexible and agile are key to pain and injury prevention. That said, we would like to recommend some gentle strengthening exercises for the lower back that also target abdominal area, buttocks, and legs.Strengthening the lower back not only helps to improve overall physical health, but it also helps to prevent wear and tear on joints and reduce the possibility of injury. In the following exercises, you will be working on fortifying this area while also developing your core muscles for better overall alignment and support.
At Live Well Holistic Health, most of our patients have problems with their spines, whether nagging or chronic. Besides receiving gentle chiropractic adjustments that help the spine find a natural and healthy alignment, we recommend supporting your treatment with workouts that are easy on your back.
Not everyone is a morning person, but we all have to get up sometime. At Live Well Holistic Health, we are quite aware that for some of you it is a task to get yourself in action, and with this in mind we would like to suggest some effective steps to get your motor running.
We place a great deal of weight on our knees during any physical activity. Because of this, it is important to keep the knees strengthened through exercise. Understanding the structure of the area is key to making sure that all supporting elements are fortified to avoid injury.
People can have very different views about muscle soreness that occurs due to exercise.Some think it is a sign that they are doing something positive, and here it works as an inspiration to continue. Others feel that discomfort is a counterproductive sign and use it as an excuse to drop out of exercise routine.