Backwards SLDL

The backward single leg deadlift helps improve the way you hip hinge and posterior weight shift. Often low back pain is brought on from people deadlifting incorrectly and not utilizing their hips.

Pushup

The pushup helps increase upper body strength and core stability.

Kettlebell Swing

The kettlebell swing strengthens the low back and core and improves core stability. It also improves power in the hips.

Forward Lunge

The forward lunge strengthens the legs and improves knee stability. Improving knee stability can help reduce knee pain.

Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat

The rear foot elevated split squat helps strengthen the legs and is a great exercise for people with low back pain.

Goblet Squat

The goblet squat strengthens the legs and can help improve the depth of your squat. It also improves core stability which can help with low back pain.

Single Leg Deadlift

The single leg deadlift helps strengthen the hamstrings, improves knee stability, and improves your hip hinge pattern. Improving knee stability can reduce knee pain and improving the hinge can help with low back pain.

Backward Lunge

The backward lunge strengthens the legs and also helps improve knee stability. Improving knee stability can reduce knee pain.