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Degenerative Joint Disease (DJD), Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD), Osteoarthritis, and Spondylosis are essentially the same thing. They all mean wear and tear in the joints. Time, pressure from gravity, injuries, and general use of the joints eventually lead to wear and tear, just like parts in a car.MORE INFO
Dead Bugs: Lying on the back with legs straight and arms at the sides, bring the knee towards the chest in the same motion as the arm is raised above the head. Lower the arm and leg as the opposite knee is brought towards the chest and as the opposite arm is raised over the […]MORE INFO
Crunches on floor: Face up on the floor with knees bent, feet flat, and hands behind head. Careful not to pull the head forward and jamming the chin into the chest, crunch the abdominal muscles just below the ribs, raising the shoulder blades slightly off the floor while keeping the low back flat. Hold for […]MORE INFO
Arms behind head or out in front Lying flat on your back with your knees bent, tilt your pelvis so that your lower back is flat against the ground. Then engage the upper abdomen muscles to raise your shoulder and shoulder blades off the ground, keeping lower back flat. Return to starting position. Arms behind […]MORE INFO
OVER BALL Begin with your belly over the ball, hands on the ground close to each other, and toes on the ground behind you. Engage the lower back muscles, straightening your back into extension, while extending arms out to the sides. Extending the arms out to the sides and squeezing the shoulder blades together over […]MORE INFO
Begin on all-fours with your hands under your shoulders and your knees under your hips. Engage your abdominal muscles, keeping your neck, back, and pelvis in alignment. Raise the opposite arm and leg, maintaining your alignment. Return the arm and leg to the ground, and then switch to the other arm and leg.MORE INFO