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The patient places the legs on the shoulder width and looks forward. In this case, the doctor should teach the patient to evenly distribute the body weight on both limbs, warning that the pelvis and both lower limbs during exercise should be evenly tense, this "foundation" of a healthy body, and the upper part of the body must be adjusted to the "foundation" - this Main rack
Make a calm slow breath and begin to breathe slowly through your mouth. (Full exhalation should be 5-7 seconds.) During exhalation, press with your hand (inside) at the same time pulling the tops (head) up. Press with your hand and stretch out for an entire exhalation (5-7 sec.). Exercise is carried out smoothly, without jerks. After completing one exercise, take a few calm breaths. Then do the next exercise. Exercises are performed one by one each level.
and. Hold your left hand a little above the hip joint. Legs on shoulder width. Inhale - exhale, on exhalation we press and stretch
B Right arm slightly above the hip joint. Inhale exhale. On exhalation we press and stretch
in. Both hands on the pubic bone (do not resist soft tissue). We breathe in - exhale and press inside. Getting out
M Both hands on the sacrum, press inside, pull out. Inhale exhale
and. We place a left hand from the side (in the area of the breast), inhale-exhale, press in ourselves, pull outwards
B Right hand on the side (opposite to the left), breath-exhale, pull out, press
in. Both hands are slightly above the solar plexus, breath-exhale, press, pull out
M Both hands in the area of the shoulder blades (if possible, if there is a restriction, put where there is a possibility, but we strive to the shoulder blades), breath-exhale, press. Getting out
and. We hold our left hand behind the shoulder of our right hand, breath-exhale. Grip your left hand (does not spin the case) and pulls out
B Right arm for the left shoulder, breath-exhale. Hand grip, pull out the top
in. Both hands are below the intervertebral fossa, breath-exhale. Hands are pressed inside, the top reaches up
M Hands in the lock on the neck behind, breath-exhale. We climb up the top. We help our hands to get out
and. Left hand to palm on temporal area. Inhale exhale. WARNING! On exhalation, head on the arm (palm), with your hand resist (hold), the tops are pulled up
B Right arm on temporal area. Inhale exhale. WARNING! On exhalation, head on the arm (palm), with your hand resist (hold), the tops are pulled up
in. Hands in the lock on the forehead, breath-exhale. Press your head against your arms, resist your arms, lift the tops up
M Hands in the lock on the back of the head. On exhalation, press the head back (on the hands), with our hands we resist, the tops are pulled up
All exercises are made without feeling pain. Because hyperventilation of the lungs may be dizziness. When performing exercises at any level, the entire body of the patient should be maximally drawn, it seems to aspire to the top, while reducing the size of the lumbar and thoracic spine curves.
Anatoliy Bobir, Mikhail Bobir, "Healthy Spine by Bobry's Method", "Exmo" Publishing House, 2011