Decrease Lower Back Pain | Exercise Progressions for Dynamic Posture | Part 9

Decrease Lower Back Pain | Exercise Progressions for Dynamic Posture | Part 9


To properly perform this exercise the
hands are in a palms up position. This means the shoulders are externally
rotated, forearms are supinated and the wrists are in a neutral position.
Maintain a neutral spine as the sled moves forward and backward. The pulling
motion originates from the chest. Pectoralis major is the prime mover for
this exercise. Breathe out as you perform the pulling movement. Breathe in as you
return to the start position. Keep a slight bend in the elbows throughout the
entire exercise. Make sure you perform sets with the right and left leg in
front. Learning to challenge your base of
support with the moving sled pushes the limits of stability. This is key to
developing a strong and stable core. Try these exercises today!

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