If you suffer from low-back pain, the most important thing you can do is consistently perform a safe and effective exercise to strengthen the muscles supporting that area.
-- Karen Voight
1 Begin on all fours, with your hands directly below your shoulders and your knees directly below your hips. Straighten your left leg behind you with your knee and toes facing the floor. Keep your hips and shoulders squarely toward the floor as you slowly raise your right arm to the side at shoulder height. Pause to find your balance, pulling your navel toward your spine, keeping your left shoulder over your left wrist and your elbow straight.