Straight leg back dome
What's up guys!
Just wanted to share this with you and update on the last workshop of 2014! Since about February of this year I have been working on timed holds on various bridging exercises for anywhere from 2 to 10 minutes a day, generally about 4 minutes lateley for one continious set. It has paid off very much in my range and mobility in the back dome as well as my shoulders, spine and hips and increased the strenth of my back as well. Be sure to start out slow and don't over stay your welcome on exercises like the back dome or wrestlers bridges. Your weak points will fail first and for many this is the low back and if you push past your limit here you may not feel so hot later. Start slow, be consistant and train them daily but don't over do it and before long you will really begin to open up and your weak points will deminish and you will be able to push your sets a bit harder. Have a great workout and I'll be seeing some of you this weekend at the last workshop of 2014 "BREAKING FREE FROM PAIN AND DYSFUNTION EISCHENS YOGA AND MOBILITY WORKSHOP" this Saturday November 1st! Check out the details here!