Back Pain

Workouts for Relieving Back Pain and Bad Knees

Edward Massey • October 24, 2016
Back pain is a common ailment that affects most people at some point in their life. It normally feels like an ache, tension or stiffness in your back. The pain can be triggered by bad posture while sitting for long hours in an office, bending awkwardly, or lifting incorrectly. Backache occurs most often in the lower back, although it can be felt anywhere along your spine, from your neck down to your hips. Practicing yoga has been shown to relieve back pain. In fact, according to the National Institutes of Health, a recent study has determined that weekly yoga classes can significantly reduce back pain and improve back movement. A number of yoga teachers have developed yoga sequences designed specifically for sufferers of back pain with a specific focus on target muscle groups. Mindful Movements #1 - Restore by Sarah Kusch
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1. Fluid Lunges & Curls For Flexibility
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This workout will challenge you with a series of gentle but complex exercises that are designed to keep you agile and improve your strength and balance. As you integrate these movements into your daily life, you will quickly notice significant gains in strength, balance, mobility and flexibility.
2. Daily Muscle Relief to Alleviate Back Pain
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Join Kelly Lee for her Daily Muscle Relief Series. These low impact exercises will help to counter the strain you place on the body through high intensity exercise and the effects of sitting during the day. This video will help to alleviate back pain by strengthening the back and lengthening the muscles in the front of the body. Use this routine to begin your day or before your workout for increased stability and mobility.
3. Post Workout Stretching Routine
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5 Min post workout stretching routine including 5 stretches - standing quad, standing yoga triangle, side lunge stretch, side twist back stretch, cat stretch.
4. 37 Minute Bodyweight Cardio Training
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+ Lower Body (butt and thigh) Workout: 30 second cardio intervals + 6 lower body exercises - 6 combos - 2 rounds + cool down & stretch
5. Stretching Exercises for Flexibility
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Make sure all of you are taking the time to stretch your bodies. It is just as important as exercising. Here is a short stretching routine I do after my workouts. Enjoy.
6. Cardio + Sculpt + Stretch - Mila Kunis Workout
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Follow our gut-busting, calorie-burning workout and get that fitter, healthier physique.
7. Reduce Heart Rate and Muscle Soreness with Linda's Cool Down
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Linda Soares takes you through her cool down to decrease your heart rate and reduce delayed muscle soreness. Follow her static stretches to reduce injury risk in this Grokker Premium video.
8. The Fundamentals of Mobility: Upper Body
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In this video Chris will show you how to increase your upper body mobility, enhance your performance, and also reduce your risk of injury. From spine extensions on the foam roller to pec releases with the lacrosse ball, feel markedly more flexible and free across the whole your upper body. Test yourself with Chris's integrated tester video, and you will see a noticeable increase in your range of movement. Watch Chris Lendrum in this series of Grokker Premium videos introduce you to the fundamentals of mobility.
9. HASfit Static Stretches Cool Down Exercise
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Learn how to stretch with this total body stretching exercise routine to improve flexibility. These static stretches can be performed as a cool down after exercise or any other time.
10. 35 Minute Mobility and Foam Roller Routine
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Elite athletes have been using massage treatment for years to enhance their performance. In this Grokker Premium video learn how you to can enjoy the performance benefits of massage therapy without having to go to a masseuse. By using a foam roller and resistance bands you can release tension in your muscles that will allow you to reach your peak performance. Shab will show you how to use the foam roller to hit all the key muscle groups in your legs, core and upper body. It hurts-so-good, but your body will thank you for it.
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