Exercising or keeping fit is not something everyone enjoys, but feeling great afterward is. Back pain is another thing not everyone enjoys, and I will even be as bold as saying no one enjoys it. Finding ways to lessen or even get rid of back pain, now that is something that will put a smile on your face. This article is all about 5 exercises for back pain. I am not saying they cure back pain 100% but I am saying they help lessen back pain 100%. So read on for in-depth explanations of 5 exercises for back pain. Top tip: remember to breathe when doing all these 5 exercises for back pain.
2. Cat and Cow.
Two very different animals, but two very easy yoga poses. Position yourself into a tabletop on all fours. Curve your back so your bellybutton is closer to the floor and your head tries to touch your butt over your back and feel how gorgeous the stretch feels. Then do the opposite by trying to tuck away your belly button as much as you can, with your back curving upwards this time and your head trying to find your belly button underneath yourself. Again, this will then feel like such a great stretch. Do this a few times, and as mentioned before, remember to breathe!
4. Child's pose.
This is another yoga style move. Position yourself in the same position as you did when you were doing the cat and cow exercise (exercise 2), however, this time place your bum on your feet and allow yourself to fold easily so that your head meets the floor. Your arms can be stretched out in front of you over your head with your palms facing down, or relaxed next to the sides of your body, palms facing up.
Please make sure not to rush the 5 exercises for back pain! Form over speed. It is all about the stretching, the inhaling and really focusing on the problem areas in your back. It is not about doing it faster than the person next to you if there is someone next to you. I hope you have fun trying these exercises and lessening your back pain.
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