Many people have accepted back pain as part of their lives. Whether it happens at the end of a long working day, after exercising, or after playing with your kids, you may have already accepted back pain as part of your aging process. Whether you experience stiffness, aches, or spasm, the following exercises will help you keep your back fit and strong.

First of all, you need to warm-up before doing any of these exercises:

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Lie down on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. In this relaxing position, the small of your back will not be touching the floor. Perform a pelvic tilt by tightening your abdominal muscles so that the small of your back passes against the floor. Hold for 5 seconds, and then relax. Repeat this move three times and gradually build to 10 repetitions. Next, take a deep breath and contract your abdominals on exhale, pulling your belly button towards your spine. Hold for 5 to 10 seconds. Repeat the process 10 times.

Now you should be ready to begin the exercises.

1. The hamstring stretch

Hold for 30 seconds, twice for each leg.

2. Knee to chest stretch.

This method helps strengthen and relax your glutes. Hold for 20 seconds for each leg twice.

3. Spinal stretch.

Hold for 20 seconds and repeat the process on the other knee. You can do this as many times as you want but don’t overdo it.

4. The piriformis stretch

Hold for 30 seconds and repeat with the other leg.

5. Hip flexors stretch

Hold for 30 seconds and then switch and repeat.

6. Quadriceps lying down stretch.

Hold for 30 seconds on each side. Do it twice on each side.

7. Total back stretch

Hold this for 30 seconds and then try this:

Hold for 10 seconds on each side.

After doing these exercises you should experience noticeable low back pain relief. Sticking to a regular back stretching routine will help you keep your back stronger and less likely to become injured.

Note: We advise you to consult a doctor before doing any of these exercises.

Resources:
Family Health Freedom Network
Simple Organic Life

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Many people have accepted back pain as part of their lives. Whether it happens at the end of a long working day, after exercising, or after playing with your kids, you may have already accepted back pain as part of your aging process. Whether you experience stiffness, aches, or spasm,...