Anti Forward Head exercises (photos courtesy of Medbridge Education) Neck retraction Our heads tend to shift forward when we work on computers. To reverse the strain this places on the upper neck, gently retract or move the head backwards. To … Read More
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Exercise of the Month
Great beginning exercises to challenge your back/posterior chain. Keep your torso still as you move your limbs. Reach forward with one arm, and at the same time press the heel of your opposite leg back behind you.
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