Low Back Pain Exercises – Do Not Help! was first posted on February 7, 2012 at 3:53 pm.
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Low Back Pain Exercises – Do Not Help!

Low Back Pain exercises can help, but before you attempt any low back pain exercise program please, please take note of the following.

Always:

1. Be specific on your choice of exercise, what are you aiming to do, generic exercises can cause more bad patterns to occur and harm you.

If you have tight hip muscles and abdominals performing sit ups, pelvic tilts can increase your pain for example.

2. Joint balance is paramount, we have some great joint balance routines we share in our back pain secrets program, but a simple seated ball squeeze would do (there is more though).

To perform the seated ball squeeze, make sure you find a chair where you can sit on that allows your hips and knees to be at a 90 degree angle.

Squeeze the ball between your knees for 2 sets of 20 reps.

If you do not align your joints prior to strength exercises you will cause more harm.

I cannot emphasize enough that most chronic low back pain problems stem from muscle imbalance and that addressing this is the start to becoming pain free.

Thanks and leave any comments, will be happy to help in any way I can.

Peter