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Many people do a tremendous amount of sitting throughout the day, often because of work. As a result, many find that the muscles of their hips become limited in flexibility.
The gluteal muscles, diaphragm, hip flexors, and hip adductor muscles also comprise your core. These large muscle groups help control the movements you make throughout the day.
These yoga poses help to address mobility of the mid-back region, as well as develop strength in the abdominals and upper back muscles, which are essential for maintaining proper posture.
Having a mobile lower back is key to being able to perform many activities of daily living.
Incorporating yoga into a regular exercise routine that also includes strength training can be beneficial for those who want to maintain and build bone.
Are you so keyed up that life’s irritations frequently push you over the edge? Stress is unavoidable, but these coping skills can help you keep your cool.