Back extensions improve posture, lung capacity

Back extensions fight posture slump and increase lung capacity. Lie on your stomach with you feet under a couch or held by a partner. Place your hands behind your head or lower back and lift your head and chest off the floor. Pull your shoulders back and toward each other. Pause, and return to the floor. Do up to 30 every other day.

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Lower triglycerides
Exercise is an efficient way to decrease triglycerides molecules of fat in the blood that result fairly directly from diet. In general, the more fat in the bloodstream, the greater the chance of atherosclerosis.

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