WallStanding Exercises: Stand with back against a wall, with heels about 3 inches away. Place hands up beside head with elbows touching the wall. Tilt pelvis to flatten low back against the wall by pulling up and inward with the lower abdominal muscles. Firmly tighten the abdominals especially the lateral Oblique to shift the upper body forward and the pelvis back, and to make the lower abdomen cave in. Keep arms in contact with wall and move slowly to a diagonally overhead position.
Abdominal Massage - I have found that an abdominal massage, using light to medium pressure for up to 30 minutes really speeds up the digestive system and gets things moving. You can do a simple kind of massage yourself - just lie on your back in bed and massage your stomach and abdomen in a clockwise motion. Talk to your Naturopath about using a Castor Oil pack, too. Helps with gas, constipation and bloating, along with stress reduction.
5 Tips for Breast Self-Exams 5 Tips for Breast Self-Exams Healthcare professionals agree that the best way to combat breast cancer is with early detection. In order to do so women must perform regular self-exams on their breasts. It might be uncomfortable at first but it will soon become a simple part of your routine. Here are five tips for completing a breast self-check. Stand with your shoulders straight and your arms on your hips and look at your breasts in a mirror. Breasts should…
According to celeb trainer Gunnar Peterson, the secret to awesome abs is "working consistently, working in different planes of motion, and adding weights to your abdominal work." Take this advice to heart — here are a handful of exercises