Be More Flexible
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All about helping your back
To see how you can help your back – keep up-to-date with these recommended reads from the wellness lifestyle blog.
An Introduction to helping your back
Back pain is one of the most frequent types of pain people experience and it’s rarely due to a single cause: in most cases it is the result of a series of events that cause changes in the spine.Read more
How to help your back effectively
To prevent back pain, the goal is to develop and maintain toned muscles with exercises that involve different muscle groups – in particular the dorsal and abdominal muscles.Read more
The benefits of helping your back
Helping your back by doing physical activity not only helps you stay supple, it can guarantee better overall physical fitness and mental and social well-being and even slow down aging.Read more
Questions & Answers
From understanding what the spine actually does to knowing how intervertebral discs function and whether running really is bad for your back – discover all the answers to your questions.Read more
Tips to achieve your goal
Choose an enjoyable activity
Choose an activity that you enjoy doing and is engaging, as you’ll be more likely to do it for longer.
Wear good shoes
It’s important to have good shoes when you run, as your back needs to withstand the impact of running on hard ground. Shoes must be comfortable and have good cushioning.
Avoid very intense workouts
Twisting the upper body with weights in your hands, are harmful to the spine. Avoid workouts that are too intense and make sure movements are performed correctly.