It’s hard to think about any negatives or drawbacks when it comes to exercising. After all, it’s recommended that adults get at least 150 minutes of activity each week to maintain good health. And, of course, we would never tell anyone not to exercise. It should be a part of your daily routine. There are countless benefits to physical activity, so make sure you’re doing something that works for you.
But, not all exercises are created equally. If you have a bad back, certain types of workouts or even individual moves could be contributing to your pain.
We’ve talked before about some of thebest exercises for those with a bad back. But, what about the worst? Could you be exacerbating your back pain with the exercises you’re doing each day?
Let’s take a look at some specific moves you should be avoiding if you want to stop back…
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