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Description: Eighty percent of Americans will have back pain sometime in their lives. Back pain can come from many different sources. It could be a lack of conditioning. It could be a lack of mobility. It could
Eighty percent of Americans will have back pain sometime in their lives. Back pain can come from many different sources. It could be a lack of conditioning. It could be a lack of mobility. It could come from overuse or a variety of other reasons.
Whatever the reason, you don’t always have to abandon exercising your back. Many of us simply move away from a routine if our back was flaring up from previous exercise session. The next step is to get as far away from that exercise as possible. This may not be prudent either. Many times that back pain or soreness is a red flag that indicates muscle weakness or joint instability.
By simply avoiding any back strengthening or range of motion work, you could be exacerbating the problem. You could be making your back more susceptible to aching, pain or injury.
3. Ask your fitness professional if they can help you overcome any obvious issues with your back, ie, weakness, lack of range of motion, bad posture.
If you simply say “I can’t do something”, you may be allowing yourself to become weaker and less mobile, which in turn WILL affect your quality of life later on. Be proactive and get your back in shape. Pretend it’s your weak biceps and your willing to do whatever it takes to make it stronger! There are many exercises that you can do on your own that will help you through this. They need to be taught to you by a professional. They need to be approved by your doctor. And you need to keep doing them. It may not turn around over night. Stay with it!