Does your back hurt? You might have pulled a muscle, also known as a lumbar strain. It’s important to understand that muscles get strained and ligaments get sprained! These are both considered soft tissue injuries, and people often use them interchangeably, but they are actually different. Learn more and how to treat a strained muscle here: http://www.braceability.com/blog/3-step-treatment-plan-for-a-pulled-back-muscle/
YOGA SEQUENCE TO CHATURANGA: Whether you can or cannot YET do a push up/tricep push-up/Chaturanga the foundation is important regardless. I hope this sequence helps you guys students, teachers alike some way some how xx 1. KNEES TO NOSE A cute fluffy dog is compulsory. Think like child pose but on your back, pull the belly in & squeeze squeeze squeeze - 2. LOW BOAT From step 1 extend outwards, if the lower back strains being the legs higher but maintain the straight legs, lift shoulders off…
Sorry guys, but crunches and sit-ups will never give you rock-solid abs on their own. Research has found that many of these popular movements that are supposed to get you a chiseled mid-section in no time don’t actually produce any significant results and place a lot of strain on other parts of the body such as the neck, spine and lower back.
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