Do you suffer a lot from (lower) back pain?
This can be caused by tense back muscles or poor posture, which puts too much strain on your back muscles.
By training your back muscles with this back stretcher, you strengthen these muscles and thus also improve your posture. This way you reduce and prevent back pain. Within just 2 x 10 minutes a day you can already strengthen your back muscles. You place the back stretcher on the floor and set the desired position depending on your complaints and abilities. You sit your buttocks against the back stretcher and lie back on the back stretcher and relax for 10 minutes. Your back muscles are stretched slowly, so that your flexibility increases and you get less back pain.
How to use?
A back stretcher can usually be put in different positions. Depending on the positions, you can do some specific exercises for your back. Below we list a number of exercises that you can do on a back stretcher:
Features of the adjustable back stretcher:
✓Reduces (lower) back pain caused by tense muscles, poor posture or reduced flexibility.
✓ Strengthens your back muscles, restores natural curvature and relaxes tense muscles.
✓ Increases your back flexibility, range of motion and improves back posture.
✓Ideal for doing relaxation exercises .
✓Results in just 10 minutes, 2 times a day!
✓Adjustable arch design - simple adjustable in 3 ascending positions for optimal range.
✓Compact and portable design - easy to store and/or take with you on the road or on holiday!
Simple stretch position
Ly with your back on the back stretcher and put your feet on the floor d with your knees well bent. Place your arms relaxed next to your body. Relax as much as possible and continue to breathe normally.
Medium stretch position
Ly with your back on the back stretcher and place your feet on the floor with your knees well bent. Lie completely straight, with your arms on the floor, beyond your head and shoulders. Rest your arms on the floor as best you can. Relax as much as possible and continue to breathe normally.
You can do the above exercises, varying with different positions of your arms. This will help you feel how different muscles in your arms and shoulders are being used and do specific exercises to stretch these muscles.
Upper Back Stretching
To stretch your upper back muscles, go lie farther on the back stretcher: with your upper back at the beginning of the back stretcher. Place a pillow under your head to provide proper support for your head and neck. Then you can keep your arms and legs in different positions.
After the exercise it is important that you roll off the back stretcher sideways. Sit on the floor for a minute and then get up. Because of the exercises, your blood circulation needs some time to recover. If you stand up too quickly, you may become dizzy.