Stiffness in the mid back can significantly impact your posture and other aspects of your everyday life. More often than not, mid back tightness or pain is the direct result of hunching over a desk all day. Fortunately, stretching your back can relieve this pain.
Volleyball is a very dynamic sport that involves jumping, reaching, twisting, and diving. As a result, stretching is an important component to prevent injury and increase performance when playing volleyball.
The affliction of lower back pain is a common one amongst youths, adults, athletes, and anyone in between. Since your lower back can take a beating, it needs some tender, loving care to function the way you want it to.
If you have been sitting at your desk a lot lately, you may need to do some rib stretches to release the tension in your neck and back. Not only is your back sore, but you may also experience neck and shoulder pain. Fortunately, you can correct rib tightness and improve your posture by doing the stretches in this post.
As I type this, I can feel my forearms getting tight. If this sounds familiar, you probably need a daily dose of forearm stretches to counterbalance the typing, texting, and lack of self-care we give to our forearms.