Single Best Ab Exercise To Prevent Low Back Pain (Beginner to Advanced)

Single Best Ab Exercise To Prevent Low Back Pain (Beginner to Advanced)


46 comments on “Single Best Ab Exercise To Prevent Low Back Pain (Beginner to Advanced)

  1. marlene kerrmarlene Post author

    thank you , lots of back problems for people, when I used to use a twister board ,always had a bad back -wish I could still hang upside down ,but dont dare with a new hip = always would go full extension ,loved it ====you guys are great,thought brad was going on a trip???

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  2. About Creativity Post author

    Very good, ´´Pessimism leads to weakness, optimism to power. – William James´´ ´´let´s rock!´´

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  3. Christine Lewis Post author

    Thanks guys! I have lower back issues and am always looking for interesting exercises to work my core. I also had shoulder surgery so have to choose carefully. But these look great!

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  4. Cindy Bogart Post author

    I have learned so much from you guys. I’m a wreck!!! After I get my knee replacement straighten out this Tuesday. I’m go to do your exercises daily. Need prayers for this knee. Not enough range of motion. Scary. Thanks all💞

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  5. Mira Fawn Post author

    Thanks guys!! Exactly what I need; Just threw out my back a few days ago (went to the Chiropractor this morning). Saved to my Playlist.
    Can't wait to do these once I'm healed!!

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  6. Repent and follow Jesus Christ Post author

    You can have the best six pack abs in the world and you'll burn in hell UNLESS YOU REPENT AND FOLLOW JESUS CHRIST, study the Bible ppl, these two won't tell you a thing to save your souls ppl.

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  7. Bk Jackson Post author

    Brad, you made those look so easy. Glad you guys remind us of the important of a strong core to a healthy back. Somehow, that's an easy thing to forget.

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  8. Lisa Post author

    Is there a video that you have already done or can you do a video for exercises to help with lower back inflammation? I have to ice regularly because my lower back often gets very sore and then works it way down my tail bone. I am currently in chiropractor care, but am confused if I can help this with exercises?

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  9. Mike Lesesne Post author

    Hey guys, it took me over 3 months to rehab from a pinched nerve in my neck. But, thanks for posting all those videos that helped me along the way.

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  10. M Post author

    Can you have days where you just film whole exercise videos where the exercises are focused on a purpose like strengthening knees or something?

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  11. Lee Skywalker Post author

    Thanks guys!! 💞🙏You two alway have wonderful helpful info. I can use or pass on to some else & refer to your site. Thank you brighten a day with humor & proactive health knowledge. Blessing to you both for sharing!!🙏🙏💜

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  12. NeelakantaM Nagarjuna Post author

    Hi bob and brad. I konw that u r famous physiotherapists and i really appreciate your work.. But you should really look at dr. Stuart mcgill books bcoz some of the moves which u have said will really hurt the backs if it is felxion intolerant.

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  13. trisha fisha Post author

    I am so glad you guys are here my insurane company will not cover physical therapy for my pinch nerve yet the place I went to made a bunch of appointments then they cancelled my first 10 am I went 230 pm as scheduled and ask why she said I don't know
    real professional again thank you for being available to people
    thank you have a great day enjoy 2020
    🎥👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻🍒on top
    👵🐟♎🕊

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  14. Zen of mindfulness meditative master Post author

    likewise guys. i do ab crunches too! and I do them in bed and I lift weights, and push ups on the mat in my room at the house. i weight 198 pounds right now.

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  15. First Last Post author

    If you are Qualified to be called an old fart, like me, start with two repetitions, so the next day you still can walk.

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  16. Randolph Scudder Post author

    Thanks for the exercises I've been using the ball a lot already in my workouts. I have one question when I do the knee lifts every time I lift I feel my lower back pop, to me it's not painful, should it be a concern? I have had one lower back surgery and have spinal stenosis L1 – L4 my main problem is standing and walking for periods of time.

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