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July 19, 2024

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Resistance band exercises can be effective for lower back rehabilitation as they help strengthen the muscles that support the lower back and improve flexibility. However, it’s important to consult with a healthcare professional or physical therapist before starting any new exercise program, especially if you have a lower back injury or chronic pain. They can provide personalized guidance and ensure that these exercises are appropriate for your specific condition. Assuming you’ve been cleared for resistance band exercises, here are some lower back rehab exercises you can try:

  1. Pelvic Tilts:
    • Lie on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
    • Place a resistance band around your thighs, just above your knees.
    • Gently contract your abdominal muscles and push your lower back into the floor.
    • Hold for a few seconds, then release.
    • Perform 10-15 reps.
  2. Clamshells:
    • Lie on your side with knees bent at a 90-degree angle and the resistance band around your thighs, just above your knees.
    • Keeping your feet together, lift your top knee as far as you can without moving your pelvis.
    • Lower your knee back down.
    • Perform 10-15 reps on each side.
  3. Bridges:
    • Lie on your back with knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Place the resistance band just above your knees.
    • Engage your glutes and lift your hips off the ground, creating a straight line from your shoulders to your knees.
    • Hold for a few seconds at the top, then lower your hips.
    • Perform 10-15 reps.
  4. Supermans:
    • Lie face down on the floor with your arms extended in front of you.
    • Place the resistance band around your ankles.
    • Simultaneously lift your arms, chest, and legs off the ground while squeezing your glutes.
    • Hold for a few seconds, then lower back down.
    • Perform 10-15 reps.
  5. Bird-Dogs:
    • Get on your hands and knees, with the resistance band around your thighs, just above your knees.
    • Extend your right arm forward and your left leg backward, keeping them straight.
    • Hold for a few seconds, then return to the starting position.
    • Alternate sides and perform 10-15 reps on each side.
  6. Seated Row:
    • Sit on the floor with your legs extended and loop the resistance band around your feet.
    • Hold the ends of the band with both hands and sit up straight.
    • Pull the band towards your lower ribs, squeezing your shoulder blades together.
    • Slowly release the tension.
    • Perform 10-15 reps.

Remember to start with light resistance and gradually increase it as you get stronger. If you experience pain or discomfort during any of these exercises, stop immediately and consult with your healthcare professional or physical therapist. Proper form is essential to prevent further injury and promote healing.


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