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Whether from an injury or degenerative disease (such as osteoarthritis), most cases of back pain can be reduced with regular exercise and tailored workouts. Stretching, strengthening, and conditioning exercises can result in stronger muscles that support the spine and your body’s weight. When your body’s skeleton is supported, you are less likely to suffer injury and back pain. There are many types of exercise recommended for back pain, including ones in this article!
Spider-Man Push-UpMuscles targeted: chest, triceps, shoulders, coreHow to:Get into a push-up position with your hands underneath your shoulders and your head, hips and heels in line (not shown).Do a standard push-up, then bring one foot forward and place it to the outside of your hand. Do another push-up with your foot forward, then return your foot to the start and do another standard push-up.