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Shoulder Bridge Helps Ease Back Pain

February 6, 2014 — 12 Comments

The shoulder bridge is a highly effective exercise to strengthen your glutes, hamstrings, abs, and back muscles.

Add the shoulder bridge and any of its variations to your exercise routine and you will see improvements in your back strength and alleviation of back pain quickly.

The shoulder bridge shows up many times in pilates, yoga, and strength training. There is a reason why it is so popular – bridging is effective.

This video will take you through basic and advanced bridging exercises. Enjoy!

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12 responses to Shoulder Bridge Helps Ease Back Pain

  1. Hi Lynda,

    I have to limit my time on videos due to my Internet source. I’m on a MiFi device, but from the looks of the image thumbnail of the video, that looks like something I *used* to do and should probably try again.

    Thanks for sharing in Bonnie’s group on Facebook. :)
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  2. Again I enjoyed your video clip and will have a go in the morning. It’s good to see how to do the stretches correctly.
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  3. Bridge is often a part of the yoga series I practice. It does help with any kind of back pain from sitting at a desk all day.

  4. I love doing these- makes my back feel great afterwards. Good to refresh on the proper way of course:)
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  5. Stopping by from the SITS Comment Love event… I’ll have to try this to see if helps alleviate some back issues I’m having. Thanks for sharing!
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  6. Thanks for sharing this Linda! I have back pain and it is definitely better when I do yoga and pilates. I need to try the shoulder bridge!
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