HIIT workouts may seem like an intense way of getting your daily fitness goals met, but the health benefits are well worth the sweat.
Here are seven core strengthening exercises you can do to improve stability and support around the spine, reducing back pain and improving posture.
Physical activity doesn't have to mean going to the gym or for a run. Here are some quick and easy ways to sneak more exercise into your daily routine.
With the Teeter FreeStep Recumbent Cross Trainer, there are countless ways you can change up your workout in terms of resistance, pace, as well as leg and arm positions.
With the handle position of the FreeStep Recumbent Cross Trainer, you can target different muscle groups in your arms & upper body, and adjust focus or intensity.
Read more about lower body exercises on the Teeter FreeStep Recumbent Cross Trainer. With the FreeStep, you can actually introduce more variation to target different muscle groups in the legs.
A proper workout includes elements of stretching – and most importantly decompression – to allow muscles and joints to recover from highly compressive activities that can have long-term negative impacts.
Once Teeter has helped with back pain, don’t hide your inversion table! Exercise on it and work on strengthening groups of muscles that will help you combat back pain.