Exercise Danger

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Kendall/Hunt, Aug 1, 1989 - Exercise - 32 pages
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Safety Principles
Windmills Rapid Spinal Twisting
Donkey Kicks

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abdominal exercise abdominal muscles abdominal strength abdominal stretch abductor muscles aerobic arms arthritis Australia Pty Ltd Avoid back pain back straight ballistic bend blood pressure body bouncing buttocks cardiovascular cartilage centimetres cervical cervical spine chair chest chronic pain COBRA compression controlled CURL curl-up damage DANGER RATING dangerous exercises Diabetes elbow emerging nerves excessive EXERCISE DANGER exercise programme exercise shoes extensor muscles Extreme SAFE ALTERNATIVES Extreme SEATED extremely dangerous feel fitness levels fitness programme flex flexibility flexion floor foetus force your head forces forward gluteal muscles gluteals HAMSTRING STRETCH hands head heart disease high blood pressure HIGH KNEE High SAFE ALTERNATIVES hip flexors hip joints Hold Hyperextension Hyperflexion increase the intensity injury intensity exercise intensity sit-up intervertebral discs isometric contraction jack-knife kicks jazz joint Keep your back kick knee knee cap KNEE LIFT KNEE TO CHEST LEG CURL LEG LIFT leg sit-ups ligaments lock your knees Lordosis low impact lower back lower back mobility LOWER LIMB lower spine lumbar lumbar spine lumbar vertebrae medial ligament Move movement muscle group muscle toning neck osteoporosis pelvic pelvic floor PELVIC THRUSTS physiotherapist pleasant stretch position posture potential pregnancy pronation PUSH-UP quadriceps reduce relax repetitions sagging shin splints shoes side SIDE-LEG LIFT side-stretch sit-up slowly spinal curls spinal mobility star jumps step straight leg strength strengthening exercise stress stretch your gluteals strong abdominals supination tendons tone toning and strengthening touch triceps tummy tummy flat twist upper back upper-body upper-body weight upper-torso vertebrae vertical forces weight WINDMILLS workload workout

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