Why flexing your back is a good thing

Did you know that rowers and powerlifters have stronger intervertebral discs than the general public?


Research show that your back (and most areas of your body) quickly adapt to change. This means that regularly practising flexion based movements (sit ups, squatting, rowing etc) can improve our tolerance to these movements. 


Here is an example exercise, the J curl, that we prescribe our patients to reduce pain and increase their capacity. 

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