Stretches & Exercises

Inversion Table Exercises

Ever thought of hanging down as a positive exercise? Bats seem to like it, and you will soon after you learn about the benefits. You’ve probably seen the ads on Inversion tables; they are devices that have been designed to let you hang upside down to relieve back pain. It increases circulation decompress your joints while at the same time offering an overall sense of good health; just like you would after a yoga session. 400;”>Inversion tables have your normal long table design with a hinge located at the center with a designated space where your legs and feet as you hang on an anchor. While on the device, the user fastens their feet, slowly tilting their head in a head-down position until they are able to get to the desired angle. Who can benefit from an inversion table? Physicians and therapists rely on the inversion table for patients that…

How To Correct Your Body Alignment

Your posture says a lot about your personality. It also says a lot about how your joints and muscles are working. Here’s everything you need to know about assessing your postural deviations and how to fix them! Living with bad posture can be a dangerous thing. The muscle and ligament imbalances that result from poor alignment can lead to all sorts of problems: Chronic back, neck, and shoulder pain Foot, knee, hip, and back injuries Headaches Stiffness Fatigue Muscle atrophy and weakness Difficulty breathing Digestion issues Impingement and nerve compression Sciatica Carpal tunnel syndrome Correcting Your Alignment Most postural deviations occur because the muscles that work to hold a joint in place are imbalanced. Generally speaking, one muscle group will be too tight and the opposing muscle group will be too loose or weak. The easiest and most effective way to correct imbalances is to stretch the overactive muscles…

6 of the Best Exercises To Correct Posture Easily

Have you ever wanted to stand a little taller than you do? Or maybe you have a nagging ache in your back and neck from sitting hunched over a laptop for hours. One smart way to ease that pain and stop looking like the stand-in for the HunchBack of Notre Dame is to improve your posture. In this article, you will see 6 simple exercises to correct posture are designed to build muscle, ease tension and give you a more statuesque posture. If you’d like a step-by-step guide that you can complete in 10 minutes, check out our exercise guide. These exercises will focus on various parts of your body. Some will strengthen your core, others will improve your flexibility and others will return your spine and neck to the natural curves they should have. As always, consult with your doctor before beginning any new exercise regimen. Let’s start by…

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