Lower Back Pain? Skip These Abs Exercises
Its difficult to stick to a workout regimen if you are experiencing pain, especially on the lower back. This is a sign that your core is too weak to carry out the exercise. It could also be due to improper form, muscle tightness and fatigue. A strong core is needed in order to support and stabilise your body.
Here are some core exercises that commonly causes lower-back pain, and what you can do to modify them: “These Are the Abs Exercises You Should Skip if You Have Lower-Back Pain“
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