Video 252 | Better Back Challenge Day 04 (30 minute workout) with Lauren Eirk
Better Back Challenge • 16-Sep-2021
For Day (04) of the Better Back Challenge, we will be performing key exercises from an unstable, round surface to enhance our core strength. Now that you feel more confident about your individual range of motion, we are ready for this new challenge!
In this video, you will get to understand and directly experience why the stability ball is such an amazing tool to help with back pain. The ball gets you off the floor, helps you to transition from one exercise to the next, allows you to have improved comfort in many common back-related exercises and adds new challenges to the neuro-muscular system.
See how the ball can increase overall resisted range of motion in many common trunk extension, flexion, and rotation exercises, while making exercise fun. You will feel stronger, more stable, and have less discomfort with regular use.
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