Fitness Over 40

Neck Exercises for Desk Workers

Posted by LeeAnn Langdon on Sun, Feb 17, 2013 @ 05:19 PM


If you have a desk job, chances are you also have a pain in your neck. Poor desk ergonomics and improper sitting posture may be wreaking havoc on your neck and spine. For most of us, a little daily attention in the form of a few simple stretches will help keep our necks happy and healthy.

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Tags: workplace exercise, flexibility, lifestyle habits, core exercises, stretches

Low Back Stretches for Gardeners

Posted by LeeAnn Langdon on Sat, Jun 23, 2012 @ 12:54 PM

Ever since I planted my first bean seed in a paper cup back in grade school, I've been an avid gardener. But the older I get, the more I realize what a toll gardening can take on my aging Baby Boomer body.

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Tags: flexibility, Baby Boomer, senior exercise, stretches

Low Back Stretches for Snow Shovelers

Posted by LeeAnn Langdon on Thu, Dec 22, 2011 @ 04:18 PM

If you live in the Denver metro area, you woke up this morning to 8-12" of new snow on the ground. Shoveling snow is a terrific aerobic, full-body workout, especially if you're using good form.

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Tags: flexibility, Baby Boomer, stretches

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