My own personal experience is that my low back Pain goes away when I am back on top of doing many of these exercises on a regular basis.
[…Tight hip flexors also make it harder for your pelvis to rotate properly—inhibited mobility in this area can cause compression and pain in the lower back]
Link to more explanation on these Everyday exercises
- glute bridges (start here, then move into single leg as you’re stronger)
- goblet squats (I use a dumbell at the house)
- kettlebell deadlifts (dumbells are fine)
- bent over rows (concentrate and do each side separately)
This link was in that article and gave more ideas.
[….One key to keep in mind for all glute work: Focus on driving from your heels (not the ball of the foot), which helps fully activate your maximus, the biggest and strongest part of the butt…]
[…glute bridges are a super simple and effective way to reactivate your rear, which you can level up with one-legged bridges or by placing a resistance band around your thighs. In addition to bridges, she suggests working on glute-targeting moves such as bird dogs, clamshells, donkey kicks, and planks after every cardio workout.…]
[…Incorporate lower-body exercises like deadlifts, squats, and lunges into your strength training routine, too, Stokes says. Just remember her signature tip to help target your glutes even more effectively: “Squeeze your butt like you’re holding a million-dollar check between your cheeks—you wouldn’t want to drop that!”…]