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WTS-03L Rowing

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MINATO MEDICAL SCIENCE | Extending the healthy lifespan with the Training & Relaxation cycle

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Strengthening the broadest muscle of the back and the rhomboideus muscle will prevent elderly-specific hump back (stooped posture). Exercising the erector spinae muscle helps stabilize the trunk.

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