The ‘Pointer’, another exercise designed especially for people who have a reduced, absent, or reversed neck curve, also benefits the lower back. Balance, strength, and coordinated control of the lower back muscles may all be enhanced as you perform this exercise. It is also coordinating the right and left sides of the body, a healthy brain activity (as those of you who have attended our brain workshop will know).
Keep your head up at all times, working those posterior neck muscles, and stretch out your arms and legs as far as you can go. You will most likely notice quite quickly how your balance improves.
Of, course, only do this exercise if you have been advised to by your chiropractor.