Category Archives for Back Strength Tips

Yoga Must-Know: Headstand & Neck Safety

Headstand (Sirsasana) has long been called the “king of all yoga postures.” That claim has now come under fire as the yoga community progressively questions about its safety. A research study released in the Journal of Bodywork & Movement Therapies exposes the possibly injury-causing weight-bearing duty of the head and neck at minutes of peak […]

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Taking a Break: Time to Recover Physically & Regain Strength?

Getting sick, being hurt or simply needing a break are all valid factors to occasionally need time far from your workout regimen. However in some cases these breaks last longer than we prepare for and many of us stress that we’ll lose all the strength we worked so hard during our workouts to build and […]

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Simple Exercise For Seniors: Senior Exercises

Whether you do running, walking, water aerobics, sports, or any other form of exercise, having a great form of physical activity and exercise routine in place is a great way to take care of your body and your health, especially as you age. Older adults and seniors can benefit so much from exercise that can […]

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High School Runner Back Strengthening Exercises

The homestretch of a cross-country race is not so much a test of who has the most running endurance, but whose running economy is best. In the last 100 meters, with shot hamstrings and buckled legs, you use several muscles: strong arm movement to drive stride, stable hip flexors to keep legs in line, and […]

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Easy Back Strengthening Exercises

The results of back strengthening exercises can include remedying back pain, improving flexibility, bettering your balance, reducing your likelihood of injury, and more. Having good habits in place to stay active and stretch day after day (if possible when you wake up and before you lie down to sleep at night) allows you to perform […]

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