Dr. Michael Horowitz's EXERCISE FOR HEALTH Series
Side Crunch with Stability Ball
1. Start by lying on your side, and place the stability ball between your ankles. Head supported with your top arm, bottom arm bent and wrapping around your oblique,
2. Exhale as you lift up legs and upper body toward each other. Inhale and slowly lower to start. Repeat
Physical Exercise is an important component of Spinal Hygiene. By combining regular physical exercise, stretching and Chiropractic Spinal Check-Ups: you'll help keep your body strong, flexible, in proper alignment and in top physical form. …you'll be working towards “Perfect Posture” & Preventing small Aches & Pains from becoming Big Ones!
Exercise is known to have many great health benefits. Here is a Top 10 List!
(1) Increased Energy
(2) Improved Mood (less stress, anxiety & depression)
(3) Improved Sleep & Restfulness
(4) Reduced Pain & Discomfort
(5) Decreased Weight (so you’ll look & feel better)
(6) Reduced Chronic Disease (like Diabetes 2 & CardioVascular Disease)
(7) Increased Bone Calcium (with weight bearing activity)
(8) Increased Muscle Strength & Endurance
(9) Better Joint Mobility & Lubrication
(10) Better SEX! (No research studies immediately available to prove this claim)
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For more information on Spinal Health & how to provent small aches & pains from becomming Big Ones, please contact Dr. Michael Horowitz, Vancouver Chiropractor by Call 604-733-7744 or visiting our website at www.vancouverchiropractic.net.
These videos are for demonstration purposes only. Please contact Dr. Michael Horowitz (Vancouver community chiropractor) or Laura Morris (Vancouver personal trainer) at 604-733-7744 for a specific activity routine suited for your needs! http://www.vancouverchiropractic.net
Please Note: Each individual's health status in unique & so too should their training & expercise program. None of the information provided is intended to replace sound medical evaluation, assessment or diagnosis. Please contact your communicty chiropractor & have a specific activity & exercise routine made for yourself as every individual has varying needs.