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posted by rfvv .
1. Round your back downward.
2. Arch your back downward.
3. Round your back upwards.
4. Arch your back upwards.
(Are both the same in meaning? Can we use 'arch' in lieu of 'round'?)

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I wouldn't use any of those verbs. I'd use 'bend.'
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