A lot of pain in the body can be relieved by moving or stretching out the muscles that're tight. Strengthening weak muscles that aren't doing their job to support you can also help, but let's take things one step at time. Try out each pose and then check in with your body to feel if it helped. Each body is different, so it's important to learn what works for yours.
Find some relief from the sitting you have to do at the office all day with this simple active release.
Thank goodness there's more literature out that shares the connection with the low back and hamstrings. To me, knowledge is power and I'm sharing 3 pieces of information that will help you have more length in your hamstrings and a happier low back. Watch this month's video blog to learn my hacks!
I get asked all the time if it's ok to crack your neck or your back. Watch to hear my thoughts as helpful things to do if you have a tendency to crack yourself up. From a fellow (now reformed) cracker, I've got your back!
I don't think I know anyone who likes the way their body feels after a stressful day at the office. Here are 4 stretches that will help unwind your body and reverse the effects of sitting at your desk for the day.
This summer I've been in a car, on a train, and on a plane traveling. The seats are just plain uncomfortable and if I don't modify them in some way, my back and hips feel terrible when I finally get to my beautiful destination.
Good posture helps in every aspect of life. Here are 2 quick tips that will help with your golf swing.
The 3:00 slump is something that affects almost all of us. You've been at your desk for a while, that piece of chocolate in your drawer you ate as a treat felt like a boost but now your sleepy. Your shoulders and upper back hurt and your head is forward.
Sound like you?