Since so many people have lower back pain, today’s post will help guide you in eliminating lower lumbar pain. Of course, no one wants to go through day-to-day life with severe pain.
Eliminate Back Pain
Whether you have a bad back or want to strengthen your lower lumbar, let’s begin, In the first place, back pain doesn’t usually start in that area.
First and foremost, make sure you stretch. Visit my Muscle Stretching Hamstring Exercises post for some tips. So, if you don’t belong to a gym, you can try this simple home exercise. By lying on a flat surface on something soft, you can raise your head and shoulder slightly. Also, you can put something to the side and try to pick up each item slowly and repeat. Try to do 10 – 12 repetitions.
Easy Back Exercises
In my opinion, one of the best exercises for your back is to lie flat and bend your knee. Try to pull your leg up to your chest. At the same time, try and hold this position for 20 seconds and then release.
Another great exercise is to kneel on all fours. As you exhale, tighten your core muscles and hold for approximately 10 seconds. Not only is this a great exercise for your lower back, but it also helps strengthen your core.
Additionally, try standing with your feet apart. At the same time, keep your hands in front of your chest. Step approximately 6 inches to the right and then release. As you return to your starting position, alternate to your left foot. Try and do 10 – 12 repetitions on each foot.
Meanwhile, try lying on a stability ball. With your toes on the floor, lift your chest off the ball until it is straight. As you return to position, try and repeat 10 – 12 repetitions.
Whether you have lower back pain from sitting, exercise or a sport, try and adjust your everyday routine. As you strengthen your core muscles, you will also be strengthening the muscles that support your lower lumbar.
To sum up, I hope my abdominal, back, legs and hip exercises will keep your back pain to a minimal. So let’s eliminate back pain today and incorporate these moves to our lifestyle.
As always, I welcome your comments.