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Please refer to your exercise prescription for the appropriate exercises for your condition.  Do not perform any exercise that increases your pain or worsens your condition.

Setting the Core: With your spine in a neutral position, moderately tighten your stomach and back muscles as if bracing for a punch. Keep your breath moving during the exercise.

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Why situps are not the best exercise for an injured back.   Watch video below

Crunches: Food for Thought

Physioball Pushup Plus

Sidelying Adduction and Abduction

Plank w/ Arm lift,   Option 2

Importance of Strong Gluteals