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Salada grega (Choriátiki Saláta, com tomate, cebola roxa, pepino, queijo e azeitonas)

Salada grega (Choriátiki Saláta, com tomate, cebola roxa, pepino, queijo e azeitonas)

How Destabilized Shoulder Blades cause Neck and Upper Back Pain: Because the Rhomboids, and Middle and Lower Trapezius muscles are stretched and weak, the work of anchoring the shoulder blades to the spinal column passes to the Levator Scapula and Upper Trapezius, both of which can't avoid their anatomical role of suspending the shoulder blades from the neck/cervical spine.

How Destabilized Shoulder Blades cause Neck and Upper Back Pain: Because the Rhomboids, and Middle and Lower Trapezius muscles are stretched and weak, the work of anchoring the shoulder blades to the spinal column passes to the Levator Scapula and Upper Trapezius, both of which can't avoid their anatomical role of suspending the shoulder blades from the neck/cervical spine.

Have you ever felt like this after a workout? It also happens to be how we feel after this long weekend. #fact #gymhumor

Have you ever felt like this after a workout? It also happens to be how we feel after this long weekend. #fact #gymhumor

Pain of the rhomboid muscle is the pain, which is present in the upper back region just beneath the neck and between the upper shoulder blades. Know its causes, signs, symptoms, exercises, stretches and prevention.

Pain of the rhomboid muscle is the pain, which is present in the upper back region just beneath the neck and between the upper shoulder blades. Know its causes, signs, symptoms, exercises, stretches and prevention.

Forward Head and Neck  Forward head posture and shoulders rounded forward are common signs of this set of muscle imbalances.  For every inch your head moves forward out of alignment from your shoulders, your neck effectively carries an additional ten pounds of weight. Forward head and neck postural dysfunction is a frequent cause of neck and upper back pain, not to mention headaches, shoulder pain and more.  - See more at…

Forward Head and Neck Forward head posture and shoulders rounded forward are common signs of this set of muscle imbalances. For every inch your head moves forward out of alignment from your shoulders, your neck effectively carries an additional ten pounds of weight. Forward head and neck postural dysfunction is a frequent cause of neck and upper back pain, not to mention headaches, shoulder pain and more. - See more at…