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How To Stretch Lower Back Muscles Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for How To Stretch Lower Back Muscles.

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6 Stretches Every Runner Should Do

Stretching is an important component of any fitness routine. Although it can be tempting to finish a run and skip the stretches, you know better. Stretching has many benefits, including increased range of motion and improved muscular coordination. Re...  Read more

Exercises to Improve Your Posture

If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then posture is a lens to our health. Sit and stand with proper posture and you will physically look 10 years younger—and 10 pounds lighter. Psychologically, good posture conveys confidence, poise and le...  Read more

4 Smarter Ways to Limber Up

I’m the first to admit that stretching is not high on my priority list.  When I’m crunched for time, the last thing I want to do is spend an extra 5-10 minutes stretching after a workout.  Consequently, my body has paid the pric...  Read more

Reference Guide to Stretching

SparkPeople’s Exercise Reference Guides offer an in-depth look at the principles of fitness. Stretching comes naturally to all of us. You might notice that if you have been sitting in a particular position for a long time, you stretch unco...  Read more

13 Yoga Poses for Runners

When I first started running, I felt sore and tight, despite stretching thoroughly afterwards. I started thinking that running wasn't meshing well with my yoga practice. Yoga helped me loosen my muscles, but running only seemed to tighten them. A...  Read more

I seem to be stuck. I am still eating low calories
Updated 6/23/2016 2:05:13 PM

I seem to be stuck. I am still eating low calories and I am more active than ever. But I haven't lost any weight in a week....  Read more

This cloudy weather has my back stiff & aching no
Updated 6/23/2016 9:53:05 AM

This cloudy weather has my back stiff & aching no exercise for me to today maybe a little walking later but for now No! Exercise & I"m OK with it 😕...  Read more

Slowly getting back on track with my eating habits
Updated 6/23/2016 8:25:29 AM

Slowly getting back on track with my eating habits. But I keep hitting roadblocks, more mental than physical really. I need to step back, look at the big picture and plan. Anyone else have this problem? #lackmotivation #gettinghealthy...  Read more

Starting to slip!!! Gained back a few pounds.. I
Updated 6/23/2016 9:09:42 AM

Starting to slip!!! Gained back a few pounds.. I tend to hit a wall and get discouraged :( grrr...  Read more

Well didn't do to good on Tuesday, but back on tra
Updated 6/23/2016 6:48:46 AM

Well didn't do to good on Tuesday, but back on track on Wednesday...  Read more

Benefits of Stretching

Stretching, in its most basic form, is a natural and automatic action. People often stretch instinctively after waking from sleep or after long periods of inactivity.While the benefits of daily exercise are numerous and well known, the benefits of a...  Read more

Can Exercise Control Back Pain?

Can Exercise Control Back Pain?10 Rules for Exercising When You're SickMost people know regular exercise will improve their appearance and general health, but few realize the positive effects that good physical conditioning can have on their low back...  Read more

Living Low Carb (Atkins and other Plans)

We will discuss low carb lifestyles (including Atkins,Protein Power, South Beach and other doctor-recommended low carb plans), trade low carb recipes and team up to do this together!...  Read more

8 Hip Flexor Stretches and Exercises for Healthy Hips

The hip flexors are the group of muscles that allow you to lift your knees toward your chest and bend forward from the hips.  What is collectively referred to as the hip flexors is actually a group of muscles that includes the iliopsoas, the thi...  Read more

5 Exercises that Sculpt, Strengthen & Soothe Back Pain

In today’s world, we all sit for too many hours each day. We drive instead of walking. We take the escalator instead of climbing the stairs. As a result, our posture suffers—and our necks get tight because we spend hours looking down at o...  Read more