Mobility, Strength and Injury Prevention from a Neutral Spine
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The alignment of your spine and how it influences your pelvis, shoulders and head position is crucial to providing quality of life
Mobility, strength and injury prevention are all derivatives of being able to hold a neutral spine.
Improving your ability to reach a neutral spine will centralise the major joints of your body and enhances posture.
Poor alignment is a major cause of pain, in particular, back pain. With practise you can activate muscles and align your body to prevent injury, improve mobility, optimise strength and relieve as well as prevent back pain.
A wooden pole placed upon;
- The back of your head,
- Between your shoulder blades and
- The point your spine joins your pelvis as demonstrated in the video provides surprising guidance towards being able to hold a neutral spine!
Stretching the muscles along the front of your body and strengthening the ones in the back can be all that’s required to:
- Stand straighter for longer
- Reduced back pain
- Decrease the frequency and severity of headaches
- Increase energy levels
Correcting posture typically reduces muscle tension in the back of your neck, with correct alignment your muscles are used as they’re intended to, this results in less fatigue and provides you with more energy!
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