Doing these 3 actions on the office chair every day can prevent low back pain
The psoas muscle is located in the middle of the upper and lower body of the human body and is the only muscle that connects the upper and lower parts of the human body. It is both the stable muscle of the human body and the main moving muscle of the human body. It is precisely because the lumbar muscle plays such an important role that long-term sedentary office workers will cause the lumbar muscles to be in a state of high tension for a long time, which can easily lead to lumbar muscle strain.
Doing these three small exercises in the office chair every morning can help us prevent low back pain or relieve low back pain. These three little tricks were shown by a trainer at the New York Health Center to show us how to stretch out in a comfortable office chair.
Place your palm behind your head and twist your torso to the left. Start here, bend your torso and lower your right elbow to your right knee position. Repeat on the other side.
Sit straight, shoulder down, back back. Raise the left arm to the outside and bend the elbow to form a 90 degree angle. Keep your elbows in place and slowly swing your forearms and palms up and down. Repeat on the other side.
First, put your left ankle on your right knee. Next, move your left knee slightly closer to your chest and push it down. Repeat on the other side.
According to the trainer, I did a few minutes. I can really feel the body becomes easy. The office workers, let's do it together every day.