As the days get warmer and longer, you’ll likely spend more time outside doing the things you love like gardening or golf – activities which can take a toll on your back! Summers are for spending time with family and friends, not for suffering from back pain. Here’s some simple yoga stretches for the back you can do – even while outdoors – to supplement your Teeter inversion routine:
Whether you are just getting started, or have been inverting for decades, these guides will help you get the most out of your Teeter Inversion Table.
In addition to being a middle school principal, Josh is a husband, father and half-marathon enthusiast. Having to wear all these different hats doesn’t allow him to always train exactly how he would want to, but Josh feels inverting on his Teeter has helped him with both his pre and post-run routine.
By stretching on his Teeter inversion table before he runs, Josh feels he gets into his pace sooner and more comfortably than when he stretches via other methods. Following his training regimen, Josh jumps back onto his Teeter for a couple minutes of joint and spine decompression, stretching and relaxing – allowing him to recover from his run faster.