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Do This Workout to Reduce Pesky Back Pain

You probably pay attention to your legs, abs, arms, glutes—but what about your back? Your back muscles are responsible for holding you upright and are an integral part of your core (a.k.a. your body's powerhouse!). Keeping those muscles in check is key to overall fitness.

But sadly, back pain is one of the most common physical problems, affecting 8 out of 10 people at some point in their lives. Lower back pain is the second most common reason people go to the doctor and the number one problem for Americans under the age of 45. That's 13 million people who go to the doctor for chronic back pain. Back problems can hinder the spine's flexibility, stability, and strength, causing stiffness and inevitably more discomfort. With this simple back strengthening sequence, you can prevent back problems and help support your backbone to the max for better alignment and pain relief.

Grokker fitness expert Kelly Lee's Daily Muscle Relief Series has low impact exercises will help to counter the strain from sitting way too much. This video will help to alleviate back pain by building the back muscles and lengthening the front of the body. Use this routine to begin your day or before your workout for increased stability and mobility.

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