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Poor Arms Range of Motion
- Joint Stiffness.
- Soft Tissue Injuries.
- Tendinitis or Bursitis.
- Physical Therapy: A physical therapist can help improve the range of motion through exercises, stretches, and other modalities.
- Medications: Pain and inflammation can be managed with over-the-counter pain relievers or prescription medications, depending on the severity and the underlying cause.
- Joint Injections: In cases of severe arthritis or other joint issues, injections might be an option.
- Surgery: In certain cases, surgical intervention might be necessary to restore the range of motion. This could be in the form of joint replacements, removal of growths, or the release of contractures.
- Regular Exercise
- Good posture
- Avoiding Repetitive Strain
The Best Posture & Back Exercise You're Not Doing: Plank Rows
When it comes to improving posture, spinal alignment, body mechanics, shoulder health, joint integrity, and overall movement quality, the name of the game is posterior chain.
Simply, targeting our upper back, glutes, hamstrings, rear deltoids, and neck muscles can do wonders not only for improving postural mechanics but also for building some ridiculous functional strength and size throughout your physique. (advancedhumanperformance.com)
The Safest Way To Deadlift, Squat, Hinge, and Row
Yeah, I know this seems like trap bar variation #734 but as always I’ll try to provide a rational explanation for why this latest trap bar insanity is so effective and useful.
With that said if you’re looking for one of the most low back-friendly variations for performing squats, deadlifts, and bent over rows, while also allowing heavy overload, look no further than this hanging trap bar method.
Simply flip the trap bar on its side, elevate yourself on two small boxes or benches placed on each side of the bar, hook a standard v-grip T-bar attachment on the center of the bar, then perform deadlifts, squats, bent over rows, and RDL’s.
The Benefits of Cardiovascular Exercise
Cardio exercise, also known as cardiovascular or aerobic exercise, refers to any activity that increases your heart rate and improves the function of your cardiovascular system. Engaging in regular cardio exercise offers numerous benefits for your overall health and well-being. Here are some of the key advantages:
Improved heart health: Cardio exercises strengthen your heart muscle, making it more efficient at pumping blood throughout your body. This helps to lower your resting heart rate, reduce the risk of heart disease, and improve overall cardiovascular function.
Increased lung capacity: Regular cardio exercise improves your lung function by increasing the amount of oxygen you can take in and distribute to your muscles. This can enhance your endurance and make physical activities feel less taxing.
Weight management: Cardio workouts are effective for burning calories and maintaining a healthy body weight. Engaging in activities like running, cycling, swimming, or dancing can help create a calorie deficit, leading to weight loss when combined with a balanced diet.
Remember to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise routine, especially if you have any underlying health conditions or concerns.