WOD: 9.8.15

Prolonged slumped sitting and excessive t-spine kyphosis also cause posterior pelvic tilting, which may lead to loss of lumbar lordosis, permanent ligament and muscle elongation, and low back instability. Research by Harrison et al found that t-spine kyphosis may be linked with low back pain.  Increased kyphosis can also limit our ability to breathe freely. The collapsing chest compresses the diaphragm at the base of the rib cage, and the tightness of the intercostals restricts the lungs’ ability to expand.

~By Erik Dalton

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MAX EFFORT LOWER BODY:

Deadlift against orange band 1RM

 

 

WOD: ‘Nancy’

5-Rounds for time of:

  • 400m Run

  • 15 Overhead Squats (95/65#)