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Low Back Stretches

If we start adding up the hours of sitting each day from hours at work, in the car commute, and at home, it would become very apparent how desperately our body needs exercise, movement and stretching to release the muscles in the front of the body that have become shortened and tight in the same flexed position (hip flexors) or weak (lower back and glutes). These imbalances lead to pain, imbalance, and higher risk of injury in our hips, knees, and lower back.

Try spending 10 minutes a few times each week doing these stretches to release tension and start balancing the body.

Check out following blog post for Part 2 of low back stretches




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