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GOOD MORNING - BACK EXTENSION WITH BARBELL

A good morning back stretch can help wake up your body and prepare it for the day ahead. Here are some tips for how to properly perform a back stretch in the morning:

1- Start by standing up straight with your feet shoulder-width apart.
2- Place your hands on your hips and slowly bend backwards, reaching for the ceiling with your arms.
3- Hold the stretch for about 10-15 seconds and then release.
It’s important to note that you should never force your body into any stretch. If you feel any pain or discomfort, stop the stretch and try again later.

You can also try other stretches to wake up your body in the morning. For example, you can try a standing forward bend by standing up straight and then bending forward, reaching for your toes. This stretch is great for waking up your hamstrings and lower back.

Another great stretch to try in the morning is a spinal twist. To do this, sit on the floor with your legs crossed. Then, place your right hand behind you and your left hand on your right knee. Slowly twist your torso to the right, looking over your right shoulder. Hold the stretch for about 10-15 seconds and then release. Repeat on the other side.

Finally, it is important to remember that stretching should be a part of your daily routine, not just in the morning. Incorporating stretching into your daily routine can help improve flexibility, reduce muscle soreness, and can even help to reduce the risk of injury.

In summary, back stretching in the morning is an effective way to wake up your body and prepare it for the day ahead. There are a variety of different stretches you can try, such as a standing forward bend, spinal twist and good morning back stretch. It’s important to never force your body into a stretch and stop if you feel any pain or discomfort. Additionally, stretching should be a part of daily routine to improve flexibility, reduce muscle soreness, and reduce the risk of injury.

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