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I GOT YOUR BACK!


Every movement your body makes will engage your back in some way, so a hurt one means you’re down and out — which is no fun at all! 

Strengthening your back muscles can help prevent these types of injuries and ensure that your entire body works smoothly, both during daily movements and during exercise.

These Poses are great to do just that.

Click on the Image to see how to do Poses.

The Benefits

Cobra Pose

Strengthens the spine.

Stretches chest and lungs, shoulders, and abdomen.

Tones the buttocks.

Stimulates abdominal organs.

Helps relieve stress and fatigue.

Opens the heart and lungs.

Soothes sciatica.

Therapeutic for asthma.

Locust Pose

It helps to reduce the abdominal fat and tone the abdomen.

It helps to strengthen your back muscles.

It helps in repairing your entire spinal cord and replenishes it.

It strengthens your neck muscles, rectifies neck pain, and repairs defects in the neck joints.

Bow Pose

Improves hip flexors. Bow pose opens up the hip flexors, which are often weak from underuse. …

Stimulates digestion. …

Strengthens your upper back. …

Improves posture. …

Strengthens spine and hamstrings.

Camel Pose

Opens up the hips, stretching deep hip flexors.

Stretches and strengthens the shoulders and back.

Expands the abdominal region, improving digestion and elimination.

Improves posture.

Opens the chest, improving respiration.

Loosens up the vertebrae.

Relieves lower back pain.

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