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Stretch Your Lower Back Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Stretch Your Lower Back.

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FUNctional Fitness

What fun is being laid up with a stiff or bad back? What good is a perfect body if you are feeling less than perfect? As far as your back is concerned, more fun comes from more functional fitness. The simplest, easiest, most basic moves are usua...  Read more

''I Haven't Missed a Walk in Over a Year!''

After several false starts to lose weight over the years, Rick (LOGHOUSE) tipped the scale at 289 pounds. A weight loss challenge (and exercise buddy) at work motivated him to walk every single day for more than a year. He's now 40 pounds lighter...  Read more

Basic Stretching Routine

Stretching is good for you, and it feels great, too! That's why we created this short and effective full-body stretching routine that you can follow whether you're a beginner or an advanced exerciser. Remember to warm up first and never stret...  Read more

Daily Stretching Routine

Are you always on the run and running out of time to stretch? Try adding a few standing stretches throughout the day. Whether standing in line, waiting for the bus or watching a soccer game, you can squeeze in some quality flexibility training. You c...  Read more

6 Stretches Every Runner Should Do

Stretching is an important component of any fitness routine. Although it can be tempting to finish a run and skip the stretches, you know better. Stretching has many benefits, including increased range of motion and improved muscular coordination. Re...  Read more

Welcome Brandy! 900 calories a day is a bit low..
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Welcome Brandy! 900 calories a day is a bit low...was that recommended to you by a doctor? The lowest calorie range recommended by Spark is between 1200-1550. Also, losing 2lbs/day isn't really healthy...SP recommends losing 2lbs/wk max....  Read more

Trying to get back I. The swing of things. I feeli
Updated 6/28/2016 1:16:05 PM

Trying to get back I. The swing of things. I feeling more lively....  Read more

Forgot to put my fitbit back on after I did the di
Updated 6/28/2016 11:21:10 AM

Forgot to put my fitbit back on after I did the dishes........grrr...  Read more

Going back to school soon and trying to lose weigh
Updated 6/28/2016 11:04:03 AM

Going back to school soon and trying to lose weight but it is not happening I feel very disappointed at myself plus all the people make fun of me 😭...  Read more

I can't seem to get back on track. Eating 500 calo
Updated 6/28/2016 1:07:04 AM

I can't seem to get back on track. Eating 500 calories over my Max amount of calories allowed a day. Feeling discouraged....  Read more

Stretching

I have recently incorporated stretching into my daily routine. How beneficial! Flexibility helps me more easily perform routine chores & reduces injury. The stretches for my lower back, including piriforms and hamstring, reduce lower back pain, w...  Read more

Use your exercise ball to add additional hamstring stretch

I use my exercise ball to increase the intensity of hamstring stretches. First I get into a yoga position called "legs up the wall". (Back and head on floor, legs at 90 degrees up the wall.) Then I place the exercise ball between the wall and the b...  Read more

Living Low Carb (Atkins and other Plans)

We will discuss low carb lifestyles (including Atkins,Protein Power, South Beach and other doctor-recommended low carb plans), trade low carb recipes and team up to do this together!...  Read more

Introducing the ZenFitness30 Method

The new year is a common time to start a new health routine; there’s something about starting fresh at the beginning of a year. But it can be challenging to keep yourself motivated to stick to your routine. That’s why Vionic Shoes has par...  Read more

5 Exercises that Sculpt, Strengthen & Soothe Back Pain

In today’s world, we all sit for too many hours each day. We drive instead of walking. We take the escalator instead of climbing the stairs. As a result, our posture suffers—and our necks get tight because we spend hours looking down at o...  Read more