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LOWER BACK PAIN? MOVING IS BETTER THAN RESTING! When we start feeling discomfort in the lower back area, the first thing that comes up on our mind is to immobilize the back as much as possible and avoid any type of movement. This does not mean that you should continue doing exercises wrong if that's what caused it but rather that you should do exercises that might help you get rid of it instead of immobilizing yourself. The outer walls of the disc and cartilage end plate act as a sort
Do you feel the need to stretch? Had a long day at work and your body feels tense? Read this article on how to do just a few bodyweight home exercises to combat this feeling! The great thing about stretching is that you don't have to spend a lot of time on the exercises to get the benefits. Also it's helpful to include stretching in your exercise regimen. Stretching can increase flexibility and improve your joint's range of motion, plus you can do it as a workout or to warm up/cool down.