The Correct Stretch For Hunch Back
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hey guys in this video we’re going to talk about how to fix hunchback okay you know the person that has this like Buffalo Hump back here now let me differentiate now you actually have a fat pad in the back I’m not really talking about the fat pad I’m talking about really severe poor posture and we’re going to show you the best way to do with that but the first thing to know is there’s a vertebra called c7 and it’s the seventh vertebra in your neck it’s at the bottom part and what you have to know is that that one is normally sticking out a little bit more than the rest so if you think that’s abnormal it’s not everyone has a very large c7 vertebra okay so want to point that out also if you have a lipoma that is a fatty tumor sometimes that could be on your back creating a little hunchback in which case you may want to get to surgically removed because it’s really difficult to get rid of that okay but I’m talking about the person with really bad posture and what happens is that when you’re slouched like this on the inside of your spine there is a ligament and there are muscles that are too tight and they’re pulling you forward all the chest muscles are too tight and they’re pulling you forward so when your parents would tell you to sit up straight that was actually bad advice because every time you would stretch this all you’re doing is you’re stretching that rubber band and it’s going to come right back okay well your parents should have told you is to do the opposite okay so in this next part I’m going to show you the best stretch for reversing this hunchback and I want you to do it right now as you’re sitting there and then put your comments below because it’s pretty cool okay the first thing to not do is sit up tall stretch backwards we don’t want to do that because all the tightness is on the front part of the body or the inside of the spine on the front part so what we want to do is you want to stretch the back part which will send electrical signals to the front to relax it and just kind of demonstrate this so tuck your heads forward as much as you can now slouch you upper back all the way down yeah that’s right all the way down yeah is exactly what your the opposite of what your parents told you to do right you said sit up tall no you actually tell the child to slouch more so okay let’s do it again Tucker its forward all the way and we’re actually hunched your back we’re trying to make her back more hunched its hunches you can get it and it’s actually going to stretch all this and relax all that tightness on the front part and it’s every time she does this she’s going to come up more and more and more and you’re probably not going to believe me until you do this on yourself I’m going to do it like five to ten times do the Sykes’s once a day slouch all the way down yeah that’s right good you’re going to hold that stretch good come back up and what you’re going to notice it’s easier to come up more and more and more and so I’m not saying you can’t stretch back but this is the key move to allow you to bring you out of that hunchback state all right go ahead and try this and put your comments below
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