tim robards: the exercise that could change your life
We all know that sitting for a long time is not good for us.
We didn\'t build it at all.
But many of us still sit for more than 12 hours a day.
If you acknowledge the connection between headaches, bowel problems, lack of energy, overweight, posture, and emotions, you can recognize the effect of sitting for a long time on the body.
So you should consider changing your sitting posture.
It\'s not just the effect of sitting, it\'s something you miss while doing it.
A retail worker in a clothing store says a \"standing\" worker burns about 1,500 calories while working;
Sitting at the back of the table can consume about 1,000 calories.
Now, this exercise (See the video above)
Is one of the best and easiest poses I use to correct poor sitting posture. It’s called….
\"Angel on the wall\"
This exercise will ignite your core, activate your hips, help you stretch your chest, stretch your chest, and activate your lower trap.
How to make \"wall Angel\" with feet a few inches from the wall \".
Put your ass against the wall, then your shoulders and head.
Level 1 you leave the natural curve in your lower back.
Level 2 you use your core to flatten your lower back to the wall so that there is no finger gap between your lower back and the wall.
Next, raise your arm 90 degrees on the wall as shown.
The first step of \"Wall Angel.
Source: supplier you must always keep your fingers and elbows in contact with the wall.
This is a must!
Breathe in, breathe more than 5-
Push your arm vertically up in a straight line for 10 seconds until it is fully stretched.
Push your arms up until they get straight.
Source: The supplier editor must let the elbows and hands not leave the wall and you will take the time.
I \'d rather you didn\'t stretch out that much than let your elbows fall off the wall.
6-complete three sets8 reps (
Starting from 6 in the first week, progress).
Those with strong chest and shoulder mobility won\'t have any problems, but the rest of us will find it challenging.
By exercising, you should keep a long neck and be able to feel it mainly between your shoulder blades and core, keeping your lower back on the wall.
Starting at level 1-(
Neutral Spine, small gap between low back and wall)
With two arms. Level 2 —
Pull the low back into the wall using the core (
Pull the navel to the spine and take the pelvis back).
There should be no gap between the lower back and the pelvis.
You can achieve this with a single arm, and then when you use the two arms better.
Don\'t hold your breath!
This exercise is indeed one of the best exercises I have used to fight both sitting and front head postures.
This can help to reduce lower back pain, reduce neck pain and headache, open chest breathing, increase energy and improve mood! Enjoy!