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Old August 9th, 2014, 05:17 AM   #1
WhySixB
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Default Lower back pain?

Hey guys and gals! I am trying to get started back into skating again. It's been a few years but I still have a little bit of balance still. The problem that I have is that my lower back is killing me right off the bat. I guess I was in a lot better shape back in the day when I was skating and playing roller hockey. My question is this, what are so exercises, stretches or routines that I can start incorporating into my daily activities to really strengthen the lower back so I can get through this hump? What say you?
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