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Exercises To Fix Hunched Back
What can I do if my back is a bit hunched in the middle due to long hours in office. Any exercises I should do?
Get checked: Get check up first to see if problem with spine first. Core strengthening, regular breaks with brief stretch, proper chair and positioning at the desk are all part of the treatment plan. ...Read more
Core strengthening: Core strengthening exercises can help limit back problems significantly. Exercises such as planks (contracting abdominals with straight back posture, see image) and crunches in and out of the pool are several examples. ...Read more
No specific exercise: Unfortunately, spot reduction just doesn't work. To lose the fat on your back, you need to lose fat all over. Do a combination of aerobic exercise, strength training, and stretching for the best overall results. Strengthening the muscles underlying the back area will tone that area, but will not specifically lose fat. Try these exercises: http://bit. Ly/wgko6g. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Improper lifting techniques r more likely cause: bending over to lift, lifting & twisting at the waist instead of turning whole body, bending over to set heavy objects down, bending over with spine twisted even to pick up a small object from the floor. As we age, discs tend to become dehydrated & more fragile leading to easier injuries. Lifting objects too heavy for us also a problem. ...Read more
Deadlifts: Along with squats, back extensions, and core strengthening exercises. ...Read more
Dpends: Dpends on what kind of back problms. ...Read more
Consult...: With a personal trainer. They will be able to help alter your exercise routine to focus on your personal goals. They also will be able to progress your current routine to make it more difficult. Best of luck! ...Read more
See details: One cannot explain low back exercises as there are several which you should do. You can search on-line for the specifics or ask your doctor. ...Read more
Squats: Squats, lunges and hamstring curls wlll help build the thighs and buttocks. ...Read more
Core or Mckenzie: After a back injury, a set of exercises known as mckenzie exercises can be very helpful to restore motion, stamina and strength of the muscles in your spine. In general, activities that focus on core strengthening such as yoga, pilates, etc. Will also help improve your symptoms. ...Read more
Just start up.: Exercise is funny. It seems to work by momentum. Once you stop working out for a while it's easy to just stay home from the gym and not go. Once you get yourself going again, it gets hard to see yourself not going to the gym. So just get up and get going, make it a part of your regular routine. ...Read more
Core strengthening.: A good balanced diet with proper nutritional supplements and course of exercise perhaps emphasizing core strengthening under supervision of a personal trainer performed over a period of time to allow reasonable recuperation from the effects of pregnancy (a minimum of 4-6 months) is a reasonable approach. I tend to recommend/prefer the use of pilates & yoga regimens with temprorary use of binder. ...Read more
Exercises: I typically think of pull ups, chin ups, lat pull downs, rows & presses to exercise & strengthen upper back & shoulders. Also check out http://www. Shape. Com/fitness/workouts/important-muscles-women-ignore, http://www. Webmd. Com/men/features/strength-training-building-shoulder-back-muscles & http://www. Active. Com/fitness/articles/3-exercises-to-strengthen-the-shoulders. Start w/low weights & reps. ...Read more
Stretches: Hip openers, hamstring stretches, forward bends.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have done a lower back exercise. Now it is hurting in this area on every move. Please help me.....
Seek help: You need to be examined before you can be helped. See a spine specialist. Your diagnosis is completely unknown. ...Read more
Are there some exercises to cure a neck disk? Can it be moved back to its position through exercising?
Yes: Good posture, exercises and a healthy lifestyle will increase the chances of a disk going back to its position (resorption). Now, this depend on the extent of the herniation and your lifestyle (exercises, posture, etc). Visit your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
I had a full hysterectomy 6 weeks ago. How much can I now pick up? Am I back to normal in my exercises?
What to do if I feel pain in my lower back when I finish my exercises in gym. What should I do for relief?
Stretch: Many people neglect back stretches. ... Is is part of the core and responds well to routine stretches. ...Read more
To get to work and back I walk briskly for about 1.5 miles per day. Is this enough if I do no other exercise?
That great.: To work more areas of your body consider a variety of different cardio workouts and strength training. ...Read more
How can I get back into shape? How do I work exercise into a bust schedule? I haven't exercised regularly for weeks.
Be creative: The typical gym exercise can be restrictive to the busy person. Try parking far away from places. Try to use the staircase instead of the elevator. Think of creative ways to expend energy and use the calories you ate for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. ...Read more
I bought a pull up/push up bar and 10 lb dumb bells. What's the best exercises I can do with those to workout my back?
After you have built up your "core" with the typical exercises, you can try these advanced techniques:
http://www. Dumbbell-exercises. Com/exercises/back/. ...Read more