Monday, December 18

Combined Yoga Exercises For Fast Back Pain Relief Version 2

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In this exercise, I’m going to show you a side view of an exercise that I showed previously which a fabulous exercise is for back pain, lower back pain, middle back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, hip pain even. Now if you want to see each movement in detail, go to the website provided in the bottom part of my video, and sign up for the free videos. These videos show in detail all of the different components of this exercise. It is important to be able to do these things properly. The key is not performing this exercise, but performing them properly. When you do them properly, they’re very, very powerful. And they will not necessarily eliminate but they will reduce your back pain considerably if you do them on a regular basis correctly. So that said, I’m going to start with my feet hip-width distance apart. They’re going to be parallel to one another. And my ankles, knees and hips are all lined up. Now, I turn to my side to show you the side view. So I got my feet parallel, and my ankle, knees, hips all lined up. I’m going to lift my knee caps and work my quads hard; that starts to lengthen my hamstrings. Now my weight is centered across the soles of my feet, spread across the soles of my feet evenly, but centered just in front of my heel, between the arch of the feet and the heel. That’s where you want to center you weight. So if I were to drop a plumb line from my head down to between my feet, my weight would be centered at that point. So once again I work my quads, lengthen my hamstrings, lift my chest, and I want to start by raising my arms up towards the ceiling. If I can’t straighten my arms and keep them vertical, then I keep them in a “V” shape. That’s fine. If I can straighten them, great. Do not clasp your hands together. Now my back starts to drop forward so I’m going to drop my heels and reach towards the ceiling as I push my feet into the floor. My feet are pushing into the floor; my fingers are reaching towards the ceiling, as if there’s something I want to reach there. So I lengthen my body and stretch it towards the center. Then with my arms out and my quadriceps strongly engage, I start to bend on my waist, I start to bring my hands towards the floor. If you can touch them great, but it’s not necessary that they touch the floor. And then I’m going to bend my right leg, step back with my right leg. I’m on my finger tips now; I press my palm down to the floor, middle finger facing directly forward, palms evenly spread. My right leg are on the balls of my feet near the edge of my mat. Now I lower my shoulders and my head, knees bent. So I lengthen my arms and my torso into one long line, from my fingertips all the way to my buttocks. And then I lift my buttocks high, to straighten my legs. Then I drop my heels a little bit, but not compromising the position of my body. Then, I’m going to lift my upper body, move my upper body forward, bringing the weight to my palms, then lower myself slowly, keeping my elbows close to my body. Now, do not drop your body to the ground, just hover it, about an inch from the floor. My legs are ramrod straight; keep them that way. My buttocks drop down. Now I’m going to push forward with my toes; lift my chest and arch my back slowly upward. Then slowly go back to the inverted “V” position earlier. Then step forward with your right foot, and then your left. Then straighten my legs, work my quadriceps hard, place my hands on my hips, bring myself up, and go back to the raised arms position. Now this in an exercise were you repeat a minimum of ten times. The first time you’re going to do it slowly. The second time, you do it more quickly, same with the third time. By the time you’re at five, you go faster and faster. But do them properly, not compromising the pose. The dynamic movement and sequence that your taking your body thru will change your flexibility quite quickly. So the more often you do this, you can diminish if not resolve your back pain, lower back pain, middle back pain, upper back pain quite quickly. Now, if you’re doing this everyday you’ll notice a consequential change, and not only that but you will also feel more awake and your body is going to get more limber, but limber in a strong way. So you’re not sacrificing your body to injury. Anyway, have fun with it, and like I said, if you want the other exercises just go to my website and sign up for free.

It’s so easy to do this exercise. Its hassle free, it doesn’t require much space, and you can do this in the privacy of your home. What’s more this exercise relieves lower back pain, upper back pain, neck pain, all sorts of back pains fast. Try it, and see for yourself. To get the free video of today’s featured exercise visit Register, and grab the video and all the other videos absolutely free, no hidden charges whatsoever. What are you waiting for? Grab one now, and take your first step to a newer, healthier you.


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