The Standing Roll Down can be a fantastic movement for many of us.
- It articulates the spine and allows us to focus on different segments of it.
- Stretches the posterior (back) part of the body, from your feet to your head.
- It helps you develop control of the muscles of your torso.
1- STAND WITH YOUR FEET HIP WIDTH APART.
2- KEEP WEIGHT ON ENTIRE FEET AS YOU BEND FORWARD ARTICULATING EACH SEGMENT OF YOUR SPINE.
3- MOVE SLOWLY AND WITH CONTROL.
4- ALLOW KNEES TO SLIGHTLY BEND AS YOU NEED IT.
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