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How your riding is affected muscles in your neck and upper back will tend to tense up to support your head and protect your neck. The more you push your body while you have neck pain, the greater the protective response, and this will result …

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Spine release with foam roller and your feet flat on the floor, and allow your arms to rest on the floor. Remain in this position until your body feels relaxed and completely comfortable. This may take the whole session—if this is the case, do not …

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How Your riding is effected report degenerative changes of the discs, or wear and tear. This is a natural change as you age and the water content of the discs reduces from the eighty percent that you are born with. If a disc is compressed …

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Back Pain Having said that, most back pain is not related to anything serious, and by keeping moving, avoiding aggravating tasks, and doing gentle exercise and stretches it should be possible to control it. A recent article published in the Lancet examined the research into …

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Some Conditions Affecting Riders The conditions listed here are just some of the more common problems experienced by riders, but of course there are many more. Some people are in constant pain in multiple areas while others might only ever have one problem. Whatever you …

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