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Lumbar Lordosis: How do I correct it?

Lumbar Lordosis: How do I correct it?

Lumbar lordosis is a condition of the lower spine. Our spine has 3 curves, at the lumbar, thoracic and cervical spine. When the lumbar curve become increased we get the condition called lumbar lordosis.┬áThese three curves have names; the lumbar and cervical spine have lordotic curves and the thoracic spine has a kyphotic curve. In order to correct lumbar lordosis there are few steps to follow: Understand the lumbar lordosis anatomy (in the following videos) Stretch the tight/over active muscles…

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Lordosis stretch to help loosen tight hip flexors

Lordosis stretch to help loosen tight hip flexors

A good lordosis stretch should lengthen the hip flexors, here is a good one to use that gets more than one of the hip flexors. Lordosis in an exaggerated curve in the lumbar (lower) part of the spine. It happens because the some of the muscle of your hip become tight and stiff. By using the right lordosis stretch can help a lot and with the right exercise you can begin to reduce how tight and stiff these muscles are….

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Lordosis stretches: Where do I start?

Lordosis stretches: Where do I start?

Lordosis stretches help the muscles of the hip become looser. When these muscles become tight they can pull on your lower spine and exaggerate the curve of your lower back. Where do I start? With simple lordosis stretches is the easy answer. Many people try to do difficult stretches because they think they better, as long as you know what muscles to stretch and to do the stretches, simple stretches are good enough. How hard should the stretch be? Lordosis…

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