Workout Routines For Bad Backs

When dealing with a damaged back, it is essential to approach workouts with caution and concentrate on activities that strengthen

Plank Variations: 

Carry out forearm planks or regular planks, paying attention to keeping a straight line from the head to the heels throughout 

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Bird-Dog Exercise: 

One arm should be extended forward, and the other leg should be extended backwards, all while maintaining a straight back.  

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Bridge Exercise:

To perform this exercise, lift your hips towards the ceiling while contracting your glutes and maintaining a straight

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Cat-Cow Stretch: 

Position yourself such that your wrists are directly under your shoulders and your knees are directly under 

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Child's Pose 

Place your back on your heels and extend your arms forward. Bring your forehead down to the ground and sit back on your heels.  

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