Injury Update

I mentioned last week that I had an injury. I’ve been getting remedial massage to help treat the injury, the last one I had was on Tuesday and it felt a lot better this time (in fact so much better I managed a sneaky muscle up today without any pain). On top of that I was given a couple of stretches to perform:

The first one is the cobra, followed by this exercise.

I’m holding these for 30 seconds at a time and trying to do them a few times a day, the pain in my back goes completely after I do this though it does return at the moment but is gradually getting better. Both of these exercises are very good for my back and I plan to keep on doing them after I have recovered from my injury in my goal to fix my posture problems.

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