One of the consequences of being sedentary, and also incredibly active, is back pain.

It is a common affliction and it requires care and diligence to be eliminated.

If you experience stiffness, pain or spasms, the following exercises will help you keep your back in shape and strong.


  1. Stretching the hock tendon on the floor


Hold for 30 seconds, twice for each leg.

  1. Knee-to-chest extension


This helps to strengthen and relax the glutes. Hold for 20 seconds for each leg twice.

  1. Spine extension


This was one of my favorites when I suffered from sciatica. Hold for 20 seconds and repeat on the other knee. Do this as many times as you want, but do not overdo it.


  1. Piriforme extension


Hold for 30 seconds and repeat with the other leg.


  1. Hip flexor stretching


Hold for 30 seconds, then replace and repeat.




  1. The lying stretching of the quadriceps


    Hold for 30 seconds on each side. Do it twice on each side


  1. Total stretching of the back


Hold this position for 30 seconds, and then try the following:


Hold for 10 seconds on both sides



With any luck, your back will be great again!

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Much informative article on back pain. Most of us get back pain at least once in a lifetime. It’s fine if that subsides with regular exercises and best posture habits. But if the problem continues, a visit to an expert is much needed and right diagnosis at right time can help in solving the issue. Some exercises to help relieve back pain.