Exercise can help with back pain—you’ve probably heard that before. And Pilates tops the list of “helpful for your back” exercises.
This shows 4 Pilates moves to prevent pain. Of course, talk to your doctor before beginning an exercise plan.
The cat/cow stretch lengthens and strengthens the muscles along your spine.
The chest lift is similar to a basic crunch. The difference? This move deeply targets your abs.
Doing this exercise regularly teaches you how to engage your abs to help support and lengthen the low back.
This move really stretches tight, sore low back muscles.
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