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Stretch the front of your body and extend your spine to help your back stay healthy and aligned.
How to do it: Stand with feet wider than hip width, knees slightly bent, hands clasped behind your lower back. Extend spine and arms back, bending backwards as far as you feel comfortable going, pressing your pelvis forward. Slowly return to start. Repeat up to 5 times in a row.
8 moves to help you lose the pain but not your momentum
Try this active recovery plan to lose the pain but not your momentum.
woman with muscle soreness
Too Sore to Exercise? The Active Recovery Workout