Low to mid back stabilization/mobilization (Back extension on ball)
November 11, 2010
- Pay attention to the range here, the idea is to not go as far as your back can take it. (farther is rarely better and often leads to injury) Range should be comfortable and smooth, no speedy snapping.
- Feel shoulder blades on the back, not migrating up into the neck or head. Should feel like the blades are leading the back into extension.
+ 2-3 sets of 10-15 reps. This is a basic back strengthening move, when done properly. Not exciting, but effective. Also is a great back warm up.