A Ten-Minute Ab Workout that Won t Hurt The Back

 

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There are plenty of effective ways to work your abs without straining your back. This full-length workout routine is designed for those who experience back pain during floor abdominal exercises. It may only be 10 minutes, but it’s. Planks recruit and train a balance of core muscles on the front, sides, and back of the body including your abdominals.

Core exercises like planks, train your abs and back equally and prevent any potential muscle imbalances that lead to back pain. Effective CORE Exercises That Won’t Hurt Your Lower Back or Neck | Joanna Soh If you’ve ever tried to do a core workout and instead of feeling your abs, you are feeling the strain or pain on your. 8 Tough Exercises for Your Abs That Won’t Hurt Your Back after the initial gains have ended—and minimize injury and pain to your back. Mix them into your workout and take your routine to. Touch the floor with your right toes.

Then simultaneously jump your right foot back to the starting position while bringing your left knee. If you’ve previously injured your neck or back, you should be aware that certain abdominal exercises can aggravate these areas further. Fortunately, there are also many ways to work out that won’t strain or hurt you. In fact, many of these are the ideal core exercises for a bad back.

There are plenty of ways to work your abs without straining your back that are just as (and sometimes more!) effective. Join me (and my puppy Peanut) for this full-length workout routine that is designed for those who experience back pain during floor abdominal exercises. Your abs still get a tremendous workout and there’s no worries of overuse.” Work your core: Ab exercises that are better than crunches Exercises listed in order of difficulty. This full-length workout routine is designed for those who experience back pain during floor abdominal exercises. It may only be 10 minutes, Oct 9, 2014 If traditional core-strengthening moves, like crunches and twists, bother your back, don’t suffer!

Ab Workouts That Won’t Strain Your Back. If you dread crunches and situps due to the strain placed on your back, there are strain-free alternatives for a sculpted midsection. Rounding of the spine is often the trigger to back strain, but these exercises allow the spine to remain straight during the entire.

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This exercise must be done with good technique to reduce the risk for injuring your back.

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MAIN MOVE IF YOU CAN‘T HOLD Slde Plank THE SIDE PLANK FOR IE 30 SECONDS, hold for 5 to 10 seconds, rest for ‘ Lie on your left side with your knees 5 seconds’ and repeat as Stralght’ many times as needed ‘ Prop your upper body up on your left to total 30 seconds.

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An abdominal routine that makes your abs burn does not necessarily train your core: it just helps you get really good at an exercise while lying on your back.

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This exercise is useful if you have a low back injury.

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Another very effective – and fun – way to strengthen your abdominal muscles is to practice the Samba.

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Core The plank: This is one of the best, and simplest, ways to work the abdominal muscles.

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The warm-up phase should last 10 to 20 minutes and may include such exercises as head rotations, arm and shoulder circles, waist circles or bends, and side leg raises.

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Ab Prep: Lie on a mat, keeping your back in a neutral position,

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This exercise is great for tightening the abdominal muscles, which support your lower back.

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This type of exercise is hardly ever recommended for persons who have recently recovered from an attack of low back pain.

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  • The one where you lift your legs and bring them down is hard to perform.. ( 4:06)
    you’ll really feel your abs in that alone �� thanks guys..

  • Actually this is the only video i liked and agreed it when it comes to back friendly ab exercises. Just the second one is a no for me. Have spondolysthesis and a broken bone in my back, but the rest is all good. Will try to do this daily along with my other exercises and yoga. Thanks guys 😉

  • Ah thank you both so much! Last year I slipped a disc in my lower back and even now some exercises hurt too much but these are perfect! ^^ and they’re helping tone me up which is a bonus! ^^

  • Walking causes me back pain. I can push the lawn mower and walk a short time. What can I do to stand and walk without pain? Also, after walking my knees swell and are painful too. The surgeon said my knees are rubbing bone against bone. I hope you will make a video to address these things. I don’t want to have surgery. I want an alternative.

  • Thank you thank you THANK YOU! I’m only 16 years old and I’ve been suffering from a herniated disc in my spine and hypersensitivity for maybe 2-3 years. I became depressed as i thought i couldn’t do anything. And as expected, i gained weight. And i don’t like it at all… i wanna work and become healthier, and wondered how i could even workout with such bad back pains. But seeing this really made me happy! I definitely knew i should avoid situps, glad to see they’re are different ways to workout your abs!

  • Thankyou, Jessica! I love working out with you! You are so positive and bright and the exercises are fun! I hope I am getting fitter!!

  • Hey thank you so much for these exercises. I have to strengthen my core for better pelvic stability, but I also have an arched back and a hamstring injury, so these exercises really are one of the few, if not only, I can do to train my abs without hurting my back or hamstring. I do them twice a week now and I’m slowly increasing the repetitions/sets. Thanks again!

  • Yo Sirs are heroes of healing! These restored my athleticism after a back injury when i thought i would remain unable to exercise and get fat. So much more optimistic now.

  • Is having a pillow necessary? I just lie down on the yoga mat. Will that hurt my neck? Thanks for uploading this btw!!!! Much appreciated.

  • It has been 5 day since I saw this video and I’ve already done this workout 3 times.Thank you for sharing.My favorite exercise is dead bug by the way ����

  • These leg exercises are for people with healthy backs if you do these with a herniated disc you will for sure make things worse I am so upset at people like this

  • Glad i found this. I have strained my neck and had pain a few times from doing certain ab workouts while I’m sick.. I know I shouldn’t workout when I’m really sick but I have chronic sinusitis and pretty bad allergies so I get sick a lot and I hate to keep losing progress. When I’m kinda sick my muscles aren’t are as strong so my neck ends up doing too much work. I just started working out about 5 months ago and my abs have gotten a lot stronger plus my form has improved, but it’s not worth the risk of injury.

  • Ii’s so hard to find exercises for your tummy without them hurting your back.Love these guy’s exercises and these guy’s,thank you.

  • I recommend you all the time on Facebook.
    I dont do alot of floor exercises. I do alot of standing core excercises.
    I actually do partial squats with standing with the back of my legs against the couch. Almost sitting, but not quite. As I stand back up I raise my arms over my head.
    I have vertigo and sciatica and I’m 50.
    I definitely modify my excercises. Lol