These exercises, are designed to restore proper body alignment through motion to reduce pain and stiffness in your musculoskeletal system. Exercises focus on specific areas of the body. Some you do while lying on the floor, but you can do others right at your desk.
Shoulder Blade Presses
Stretch and open your upper back and relieve tension in your neck and shoulders by performing scapular presses several times a day at your desk. Start the exercise by sitting tall in your chair, shoulders back and relaxed, feet hip-distance apart. Moving only your shoulders, press your shoulder blades back and sweep downward. Envision your shoulder blades pressing downward toward your hips. Relax and repeat as desired.
Muscular Skeleton has Two Jobs
One is to bear weight, and the other is to absorb the shock of movement. It does this with joints called load joints, such as shoulder, hip, knee, and ankle.
Sitting Heel Raises
Relieve your lower back from long hours at your desk by performing sitting heel raises. Sit in your desk chair and place a pillow or cushion behind your lower back for lumbar support. Place a pillow between your knees and maintain a continuous inward pressure, as if you're trying to press your knees together, throughout the exercise. Lift your heels off the floor, contracting the calf muscles. Lower your heels, then repeat, keeping the rest of your body still.
Place a firm piece of foam, a pillow or a cushion between your knees. Sit tall and press inward with the knees in a pulsing motion 10 to 20 times. Repeat this exercise several times throughout the day to relieve pressure in your lumbar spine and hips. When performing this exercise, keep your feet hip-distance apart. You may need more than one pillow or cushion to promote adequate knee spread to start this exercise.
Body's Design Restored by functional
always remembers its design memory, so when you start changing
the stimulus with exercises the body has no choice, it changes.
The goal is to allow the body to return to its birthright, its
design template, and it can because it never forgets the memory.
All we're doing is providing the necessary stimulus by doing the