5 exercises to keep your back strong

A strong back is essential for healthy posture, spinal stability, and the trunk support necessary for daily movements like twisting, bending, sitting, standing, and lifting objects.

5 exercises to keep your back strong

A strong back is essential for healthy posture, spinal stability, and the trunk support necessary for daily movements like twisting, bending, sitting, standing, and lifting objects.

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Summer sports such as golf and tennis rely heavily on one of the most neglected movement patterns: rotation. Every time you swing a racquet or club, the stabilizer muscles, which are responsible for rotation, go to work.

4 exercises to prevent summer sports injuries

Summer sports such as golf and tennis rely heavily on one of the most neglected movement patterns: rotation. Every time you swing a racquet or club, the stabilizer muscles, which are responsible for rotation, go to work.
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