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Carson Robertson
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Bridging with two feet apart

Bridging is an excellent physical therapy exercise to build core strength and increase muscle pattern development. It should be performed in a slow and controlled manner. Start with the knees bent and with two feet apart. Slowly lift your waist until a straight line can be drawn from the knees through the waist and to the shoulders.

Physical therapy is performed to increase endurance and strength in the low back to prevent injuries.