While record-setting athletes hold planks for hours on end, a new study shows that successful core training means doing more with lessBy Men's Health
Back Pain: Tips and Prevention
Many athletes lose time away from their favorite sports because of an irritating pain in their lower backs. Usually, the cause is from a bad habit that causes a strain on your back over time.
Low back pain can usually be helped by applying heat, getting spinal manipulation, using anti-inflammatory medications or muscle relaxants. You can also exercise in a way that relieves the pain, such as doing yoga.
Did you know that eating healthy can even affect how your back feels?
Find out what you can do in your everyday life to avoid this pain in the articles below.
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Back Pain Articles & Advice
Is your gym routine making your back pain worse? Here are some exercises to avoid, and some to do instead.By Prevention
Tight traps are bound to happen. Use these guidelines to deal with these tight muscles on your ownBy Stefanie Bengel, MS, ATC
Help your little one combat the effects of poor posture with these poses.By Angela Bekkala
There's plenty of research confirming walking's weight loss benefits. Just make sure you avoid these mistakes.By Prevention
Stretching isn't always the solution for back pain. Try these four exercises to strengthen the connected muscles.By Ashley Lauretta
You don't need a gym or fancy equipment to tone your backside. Train your glutes anywhere, anytime with these 10 exercises.
Does your weekly lower-body routine feel like a broken record? Switch it up with some Bulgarian split squats.By Hunter Hewitt