|Hip Distance = See Previous Post for too much talk on this.|
|Once you are comfortable at a 90degree angle - shorten your strap a lot and keep up the same active work.|
Note: Shoulders are still back but arms are straight since you don't have to counter as much torso pull.
|Great modification if your low back is sensitive and you don't have a strap.|
Legs active, shoulders back, low belly tucked.
Ignore that block - it just happens to be there. See my note above about the active butt.
Have questions about these modifications? Did I not address your issue at all? Did this post only confuse you? Send me your questions and I'll always do my best to answer them.
Tomorrow: Hip Openers to help you on your journey towards comfortable happy forward bends.
In general, this sequence is for anyone, but please don't try this sequence without speaking to your Dr. first if you have any medical/physical problems. Seek Peace At Your Own Risk!
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