In cambering, the muscles in the front of the body are tense, and the muscles in the back of the body are weak. The muscles that are stretched by these movements are stretched and the muscles that are weak are strengthened. The first act that can be done is to stretch our arms back and lean back as if we were breathing deeply. We can do the same movement by uniting our arms on our backs. We can also do the same movement by putting our hands on our backs. These exercises can be done 3 times in 30-60 seconds.
Some movements may also be performed to strengthen the muscles behind the shoulder and back muscles. These movements also stretch muscles in front of our bodies. Lie down on your face. Your toes must be straight to the ground. The lower part of the spine is fixed. Then, hold a stick of the size of the Vileda stick in two hands and push it towards the back. With this exercise, the shoulders forward will have the shape they should be. You can do this exercise 3 times with 10 repetitions.
Stretch the chest muscles is also extremely important. There is a simple exercise that you need to do for this. Put your hand and elbow against the wall by breaking it from the elbow. Then turn your body with your head in the opposite direction of the arm and stretch yourself. Then go to the other cola. You can do this exercise 4 times in 30-60 seconds.
Abdominal muscles may pull the body forward. That’s why you need to stretch your abdominal muscles. Lie down on your face and keep your toes straight on the floor. Put your hands on the floor and push your back up by breathing. You can do this exercise 3 times with 10 repetitions.
Lie back on your face and put your arms next to your body. Keep your legs open a little bit from the width of your hip. When you are breathing, push your shoulder bones towards the hip, and when you are breathing, lift your elbows and hands straight up from your waist as you press down on the ground. Let your head move with your body, do not throw back. Repeat it 10 times.
Stretch your arms forward after lying on your face. Take a breath. Raise your right arm and left leg at the same time as you breathe. Tighten your abdominal muscles as much as possible. Repeat the movement 8 times and move to the other arm and leg.
Keep lying face down with your legs closed. Extend your arms down with your palms facing up. When you breathe, push your shoulder bones closer together to your hips and raise your waist up. Sleep again while you breathe. Repeat it 8 times.
Raise your legs again while lying on your face. Stretch your arms forward again. Breathe and raise both arms and legs up while you exhale. Keep your abdominal muscles tight and repeat eight times. You can do the same movement with your arms behind you.
Lie on your face and forward your arms. Breathe and raise your arms and legs at the same time as you exhale again. Shake your arms and legs up and down as you float up. In the meantime, breathe. Repeat it 8 times.
Before you complete the exercises, rest your body and wait for a while before you get on your knees and extend your arms forward.
Stand up and place your fingertips against the wall, keeping your arms in line with your shoulders. Push yourself forward and wait a few seconds. You can repeat this movement 15-20 times.