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Think you can’t squat because of a bad back? Tight hips? Weak knees? You may want to look lower down in the kinetic chain — the problem may just be tight ankles.

from The Health Science Journal

Exercises to Improve Your Posture and Bring Relief to Your Back & Spine, Part 3

Our aim with these series of back straightening exercises is to give you with an exercise program, which when practiced regularly, will help you get rid of round back and discomfort in the spine and give you an optimal posture. Since we also want to demonstrate more challenging exercises that will work on strengthening your back muscles, we …

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Ball exercises core workout. I love my yoga ball. I find myself sitting on it al my desk sometimes. It does help my posture and works the core at the same time. These are great simple exercises to try at home.