Many modern people have a low-activity lifestyle due to sedentary work and lack of time for sports or even morning exercises. Because of this, the supply of nutrients to the intervertebral discs slows down, as well as the circulation of blood.
For the normal functioning of the spine, you need to eat properly, so that the beneficial substances come to the tissues that surround the spinal column, because intervertebral disks take nutrients from the tissues.
And one more obligatory condition is classes on the stretching of the back. After all, for normal functioning of the spine, the back must receive certain loads. After stretching the back, the blood circulation of the intervertebral discs improves, the muscular corset and ligaments are strengthened, the mobility of the joints increases, the posture straightens, the pain and tension in the muscles is removed.
We must say that for effective results, stretching your back should be done regularly and correctly, performing all exercises. Only this way will results manifest in a month. Before you do stretching for the back, you need to warm up your muscles well.
For this, you can perform a small workout in the form of jumps, torso trunks, exercise on an exercise bike or a treadmill. All this will help to stretch the muscles better, saturate them with oxygen and improve their blood supply. You can also take a hot bath before performing stretching for the back.
Check out these 6 effective exercises for stretching your back, which will help you relieve the pain and feel generally better.
#1. Thread the Needle Pose
#2. Jathara Parivartanasana
#3. Cobra Pose
#4-5. Matsya Asana. Fish Pose
#6. Bow Pose
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