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Summer is a time to show off those cute warm-weather looks, but for those of us who are involved in aerial arts, training in the heat can sometimes present added challenges. In this blog, shared some tips on how you can take care of yourself while watching out for your aerial cohorts in this heat.
Did you know that 75-80% of Americans experience back pain in their lives?
In fact, back pain is the second leading cause of doctors' visits according to the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
Back pain is most often caused by a lack of flexibility or a lack of strength. These can be contributed to by sedentary computer work, heavy lifting, frequent bending, weak abdominal muscles, lack of movement in everyday life, stress, and poor posture.
Given the challenges we face in everyday life, all of us can be susceptible. Whether you already are experiencing pain, or you want to be proactive to care for your spine to prevent future issues, try the yoga hammock and you will not be disappointed!
Inversion therapy decompresses your spine, relieving pain, realigning your back, and reducing muscle tension. These inversion benefits compound the flexibility and strength boosting qualities of yoga, which is why aerial yoga provides a unique stretch to your spine to relieve the compressing day to day effects of gravity.
Inversion therapy with the yoga hammock is one of the most accessible ways to get spinal traction, and allows for gentle movement when inverted for the ultimate stretch. Traction is a treatment that pulls apart the spine to stretch and lengthen your back. If you experience pain, always go to a doctor or chiropractor first. Ask about traction and the use of inversion therapy to strengthen your abdominal muscles. A healthy spine has full, strong disc tissues that allow for a full range of motion.
As always, check with your doctor before beginning an exercise program. Some health conditions are not suitable for aerial arts. Please review our terms of service for more information.