SPINAL MOBILITY 🀸
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Sitting down helps fix the pelvis, and biases movement towards the upper back (thoracic spine)
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Video one – Flexing and extending. Look up, keeping the chest tall, and slumping down
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Video two – Rotating side to side
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Video three – Sidebending either side
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This helps target movement in three planes, which is often lost in people that aren’t moving for the majority of the day.
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While i typically wouldnt prescribe a given rep range, i usually say “do it untill it feels good”, which for most people is a slow and controlled 10-20 reps for a few sets as needed.

This blog post was written by osteopath Jarrod Testa of Principle Four Osteopathy. Book online with Jarrod by calling 0396709290 or online at www.principlefourosteopathy.com.

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