What is allowed and what should be avoided in case of hernias? Read and learn.
In the event of hernia, all power exercises should be done with a special care since in some cases they can trigger exacerbation of the disease.
Despite the restrictions, there are a fairly large row of admissible exercises.
a) pull-ups on a horizontal bar. In our case these are various pull-ups on the pole which strengthens all muscles of the back;
b) various versions of hyperextension (allowed if the pathology is in the cervical or pectoral region);
c) pressing the bar and upper block.
In its turn, the pole dance offers a great variety of different elements.
In pole performance with a disc herniation one should not ignore the strengthening of the back and spinal and shoulder girdle while elements with excessive lumbar bends ought to be avoided (if the hernia is in the lumbar region of the backbone).
Of course, one should always heed his body and follow advice of the doctor in charge.
The correct attitude to the pole dance will, in turn, develop and strengthen the muscular corset, minimize the pains in the back and prevent formation of new hernias.
In order to obtain positive results from training, one should attend sessions regularly (2– 3 times a week).
Only regular training maintains the muscle tone.
Conclusion: there will be muscles ➡ all will be well.
It is the muscle corset that hampers the disorder and normalizes blood circulation in the spinal column’s arteries
➡ which improves the blood flow to the brain
➡ supplies the brain with oxygen
➡ maintains the vessel tone
➡ reduces headaches, including migraine.
Also, pole workouts make it possible to slim down with entertainment and without noticing it, which is good both for the backbone and the entire system.
Handle yourself with care and enjoy efficient training ❤
*Author of the article Kristina Dumanskaya