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Three Quick and Easy Do lower back pain exercises

Three Quick and Easy Do lower back pain exercises


lower back pain exercises
lower back pain exercises


The following three lower back pain exercises do not require special equipment of any sort. All you need is something firm to lay down on, like the floor or a mat.


For the first exercise, start by lying down with your knees bent and your feet flat. Your entire body should be straight. Tilt your hips towards your head while pressing your lower back firmly to the floor and tightening your abs. Hold this position for about three seconds and relax. After five seconds of rest, repeat. Make sure you don’t tilt your hips too much. When you perform this exercise your upper buttocks should not leave the floor.


The second exercise starts in the same position as the first. With your knees bent, body straight, and feet flat, pull one leg to a bent position so that your thigh is perpendicular to your back. Your knee should still be bent, forming a right angle between your thigh bone and shin. Fully extend your leg until it is pointing to the ceiling, creating a right angle between your extended leg and upper body. Hold this pose for three seconds. Lower the leg back down, rest for a second or two, and repeat on the same side six times before switching to the other leg.


Start this last exercise lying face down. Make sure your legs are together and straight and that your toes are pointed down instead of holding your lower legs up. Cross your arms under your chin to prop your head up into a comfortable position. Tighten your buttocks while pressing your pelvis to the floor. Hold for five seconds and relax for five more. Repeat this four times and you’re done.


Well, that’s it! You’re done with these fast and easy lower back pain exercises. Be sure to keep great posture while sitting, standing, lifting, or moving and you’ll notice some great improvements to your lower back. The key is persistence. The back becomes weak due to inactivity, so the goal is to awaken and strengthen the under-used muscles for better support, less pain, and decreased risk of further injury or strain.
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