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6 Everyday Stretches for People Who Sit Too Much

Everyday stretches for anyone who sits for a living or sits too much at home. Sitting is the new smoking. Sitting for eight hours a day can be just as...

Destroy Your Imbalances And Become a Superior Athlete With This Warm-Up

Everyone has certain areas they should spend time on to correct and develop. For some it may be hip mobility, others core stability, or maybe it's a s...

Can You Pass This 30-Second Core Strength Test?

Athletes need a strong core. A strong core increases your power in your sport-specific skills, helps fight off injury and allows you to safely lift mo...

Have Trouble Perfecting Your Deadlift Form? Try Barbell Rack Pulls

You better rack yourself before you wreck yourself! The Barbell Rack Pull is a great exercise for helping you to tighten up your deadlift form and...

Why You Should Do Good Mornings to Strengthen Your Glutes, Hamstrings and Lower Back

Good Mornings are one of the best ways to build leg, hip and back strength. However, this exercise is often ignored out of fear of suffering a back in...

A Complete Guide to the Hip Hinge

The hip hinge is a foundational movement pattern that is more relevant in this day and age than arguably any other pattern. Think about it: as you're...

5 Back-Friendly Exercises That Build Your Glutes and Hamstrings

In the previous installment, I detailed knee-dominant exercises athletes dealing with back pain can use to build lower body strength while staying...

Build a Rock-Solid Core With the Hollow Body Hold

Gymnasts of all levels from 6 year old beginners to elite level competitors use the hollow body hold to obtain an iron core. While this is A very...

Bird Dog Exercise Variations for Core Strength and Back Health

The quadruped bird dog exercise has been a popular core and spinal stabilization drill for quite some time. Made famous by low back specialists and...

5 Unique Core Exercises That Will Crush Your Abs

Stop doing so many crunches and toe touches! Seriously. You are only training your core in one direction. The core exercises below are very dynamic and...

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