Fix Low-Back Pain

Have you been suffering from low-back issues for quite some time and have become tired of dealing with the constant, nagging pain? Well, you’re not alone! Approximately 80% of adults in the U.S. deal with low-back pain on a daily basis.

Low-back pain is mainly caused by a weak core musculature due to issues such as poor posture, bad exercise form, and just plain lack of exercise, to name a few. While most people think that the core musculature consists of just the abdomial muscles, that couldn’t be more from the truth. Just as important are the deep transverse abdominus and the muscles that go from the lower back all the way up your spine, also known as the posterior core. Several studies have shown that individuals with low-back pain show significant weakness in the posterior core especially. However, with proper core training, you can increase strength in those muscles while helping to alleviate any low-back pain for good!

Here are a few exercises that you can do to help strengthen your lower back:

Try to hold the position for 30 seconds 3 times

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