This four-move foam roller workout strengthens core muscles 

Many of us work from home and sit on uncomfortable chairs and hunch over computers, causing lower back pain. This isn't necessary.

Back discomfort may be alleviated by strengthening your core and improving your posture. It reduces lower back strain during lifting, reducing injury risk.

Sitting all day weakens the core. This foam roller exercise activates and strengthens your core. 

For a quick core-strengthening training, execute each action 10 times in a circuit and repeat three times.

Only the pelvic tilt requires no foam roller. Williams' demonstration video's movement seems simple, but it's tricky.

Inhale to accomplish a pelvic tilt. Your lower back should naturally arch toward the floor. Exhale and bring your belly button toward your spine. Tilt your pelvis up. 

For the following exercises, lay on your back with a foam roller beneath your hips. Use your core muscles to halt and regulate your leg motions throughout each one.

If you liked this foam roller exercise, there are many more. Check out our five finest muscle-relaxing techniques or these seven foam roller activities to relieve muscular discomfort.

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