Back pain is one of the most common medical problems nowadays, especially among people who spend most of their day sitting. Fortunately, there are many exercises that can help us prevent and ease this pain. Make this workout a part of your morning and daily routine and your back will be thankful.
Cat-Camel Back Stretch
Arch your back towards the ceiling and hold for 5 seconds. Then drop your chest toward the floor and hold for 5 seconds. Repeat this 10 times. This exercise stretches every bone and nerve in your spine so it’s very effective.
Knees to Chest
Not only is this exercise good for your lower back muscles, but it’s also very relaxing, increases flexibility and reduces stiffness.
Kneeling lunge stretches are good for engaging your core and abdominal muscles. It also improves your balance and posture while reducing back pain.
This basic and relaxing pose will improve the mobility of the spine while keeping muscles in the lower back relaxed. It’s also great for digestion and perfect for calming at the end of the workout.