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People with osteoporosis in the lower back as well as arthritis and issues coming off herniated discs can apparently benefit by improving strength in their core as the front and back are connected.
This is one:
Pull belly button into your backbone while lying down with legs bent. If you are doing it right you should find it hard to breathe. Hold for 20 seconds four times a day.
Another one is facing the front and on your knees and repeating the pulling the stomach in.
Apparently it wakes up the muscles that support your lower back.
Anyone got more and even easier ones?
Our muscles are important to support us especially when we have conditions like osteoporosis.
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