Back bridge problem

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    Rifat
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    In a perfect bridge the hands, shoulders and head should be in one line when watching from side. But when i bridge my shoulders and head stays in one line but hands are 6-12 inches behind. I have tried to fix it but it happens every time . What can I do to fix it.

    #30289
    Robby Taylor
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    A picture would be helpful here, but it sounds to me like you’re describing a lack of shoulder and/or spinal mobility, such that the arch in your body is not as acute as it should be and thus your hands are farther from your feet than they otherwise would be. Mobility with the bridge comes with time, don’t worry too much about it, just keep bridging haha.

    #30288
    Rifat
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    Thanks.There is no one to shoot a photo for me. However it looks like camels back rather than inverted U.

     

    #30287
    Rifat
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    My back bridge looks like the back bridge demonstrated in wikihow. The only difference is that my arms are straight.

     

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