Hyperextensions done a few times a week after a workout and not to failure are a great way to stabilize and strengthen an injured back. I found that whenever I did these exercises the likelihood that my lower back would fo out was greatly reduced and, when it did go out, it wasn’t as bad. Yes, you can strengthen your spinal erectors with squats, deadlifts, kettlebell swings, etc but reverse hyperextensions seem to help me more with regards to back health than those other exercise. Definitely try them and see if they help you too! #exercise
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