Let’s list the most commonly known lower back exercises:
There are different reasons and core objectives in training the muscles of the lower back.
3 of the 4 most commonly known lower back exercises are best suited to bodybuilders and people going to the gym to ‘bulk up’ their physique. If your core objective is ascetical, to improve posture and or back pain we strongly recommend that you steer clear of these isolated movements and focus on functional compound movements that replicated everyday activities.
The different muscle groups of the body are designed to act and move in a synergistic way. Especially the major muscles that support the weight of your body and your lower back.
The lower back muscles are not designed to work in isolation, and in a healthy back they never do. Hence why we encourage training your body as a whole in order to improve posture and the strengthen the lower back muscles in conjunction with the major muscles that support it.
The best functional compound exercises that strengthen the lower back - in conjunction with the muscles that support it.
Not an extensive list however if carried out at a high intensity within the power range these are they only back exercises you will need to do to; improve your posture, improve or prevent lower back pain and drastically improve your athletic performance.
The above exercises work the muscles of the lower back, however they do so simultaneously to the postural muscles that support the lower back. This replicates the way the back moves and functions in everyday life, especially on the sports field.
We recommend the following program for the best results