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3 back mobility drills

Raise your hand if you've been personally victimized by having a tight back?

Everyone? Yeah, I think we've all been there to some extent, whether it's constant, intermittent, or infrequent.

You can thank the combination of working 8 hours per day and elevated stress for that one (amongst many other reasons, of course). Unfortunately, 1 hour of exercise and a quick mobility drill won't correct years of tightness, but you can absolutely progress in a positive direction if you work at it consistently.

Aside from the exercises shown in the video, you can increase mobility over time by seeking assistance in the following areas:

- daily movement

- massage therapy

- physical therapy

- chiropractic care

- sleeping on a quality mattress

- managing and/or minimizing stress

View the video below for 3 mobility exercises for your back.


Katharine Moustakes
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