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One-Armed Wall Pushup

Strengthening the spinal column is important not only to prevent needless injury during competitive sports and recreation, but also to enhance the quality of life, in general. The Multifidus, a long, thin, fiber-filled rod, is a series of muscles that laterally support the spine. It resembles the rails of a ladder – with the vertebrae representing the rungs or steps – functioning as part of the inner core.

Spanning multiple vertebrae, the Multifidus functions, as a stabilizer to each associated rung (vertebrae) of the spine.

One-Arm Wall Push-Ups

Standing in front of a wall with feet shoulder width apart – with one arm straight in front of you, firmly pressed against the wall. Keep your free hand by your side. Bend your elbow, while dropping your body toward the wall. Complete the movement by pushing back up.

Remember, you should always consult your physician before beginning any exercise, diet, or nutritional supplementation program.