This yoga move helps ease lower back pain. Get down on your hands and knees, and arch your back into a U shape (the swayback of a cow); then do the reverse, rounding it to form a hump (the "cat"). Daily dose: One or two sets of 10.
Sports physiologist Mike Bracko, a spokesperson for the American College of Sports Medicine, prescribes five exercises key to good health.
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