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Kneeling Back-Slump Stretch

Posted by Judith Winer on

 

 

Technique:

  • Kneel on all fours
  • Keep your head up facing forward
  • Let your back slump downwards

 

Primary muscles: Gluteus maximus.
Secondary muscles: Transversus abdominis. Rectus abdominis.

 

Injury where stretch may be useful: Neck muscle strain. Whiplash (neck sprain). Cervical nerve stretch syndrome. Wry neck (acute torticollis). Back muscle strain. Back ligament sprain.

 

Note: Distribute your weight evenly on both your hands and knees and perform this stretch slowly and carefully.

 

 

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