Practicing this position — called “static back” — allows gravity to work with us to begin to achieve symmetry within our bodies. When our bodies are off balance, we experience pain and limited range of motion. Static back allows the muscles of the low back to relax, and with the hips and knees at ninety degrees, the pelvis is able to settle into a more symmetrical position against the floor.…
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Walkouts are a quick and simple way to improve flexibility, strength, and cardio at the same time. The best part is this exercise requires no equipment and very little space.
Try walkouts as a way to break up your work day with movement or do these at home in the evening in front of the TV during the commercials.2-Minute Workout Instructions
- Stand with your feet pointing straight and hip width apart.