Strong Lower Back Workout – NO Equipment

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In this video I will teach you how to do lower back extensions at home with no equipment.

I show you various exercises to increase the intensity depending on if you are a beginner or more advanced.

I have also outlined a workout routine for training the lower back to help with increasing muscle size and strength through the region.

A strong back is more resilient and will be less likely to be painful!

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39 Comments

  1. Thanks brother for your teaching. i m going to do this workout. like to see more training tutorials.

  2. Andy Dill says:

    great video. informative and no extra BS

  3. You are GREAT!!! Love your knowledge, low key approach!

  4. aryker1 says:

    dem abs 😍

  5. Loc Nguyen says:

    Genius! Thanks so much really helpful stuff!

  6. brother i don't have that fuckking ball

  7. "no equipment" while he uses wieghts, exercise balls, chairs etc…

  8. Would you still recommend this for someone with a L5-S1 disk herniation?

  9. This is great. i always believed strengthening the muscle is always the best way to avoid pains and injuries

  10. If you move way back are you hyper extending your back? Could that hurt you?

  11. Ray Thomas says:

    lower back, glutes, hips, abs … The most important parts of the body. If these have atrophied, or weak you will have serious problems and pain standing, walking, lifting. Your quality of life will be poor.

  12. Your voice is so calming

  13. I train my lower back every time I do core, because being a gymnast, you really just need a massively strong, sturdy core for everything. And at the moment, I'm specifically training for front lever, and straddle planche, and getting really close to both 😃

  14. Your voice makes me want to listen to you. lol.

  15. Matt Thew says:

    "No equipment" lol … good vid though

  16. O L says:

    Good stuff. You definitely know what you're talking about.

  17. When I was young I was told not to work out my lower back because it is some kind of muscle group that doesn't need to be trained as you already train the muscle by casual walking.

  18. leg exercises and toning inner thighs. can you show workout for these areas

  19. At 2:14 in, as well as other places, I noticed you're hyper extending backwards. My physical therapist has said that's a no-no. Is that just for me because of herniated L3 and L4 discs? Or is that for anyone? Because I think hyper-extending stresses the discs in the back, doesn't it?
    Thanks!

  20. Les Ward says:

    Great video. Just subscribed.

  21. This is real good my upper back is looking good trying to get the lower back looking good to nice work!

  22. Glicerol says:

    I am boxer and this is exercise which i need to add to my morning exercise routine 😉 thanks & sub 😉

  23. i swore at 1:05 he was levitating and was like the fuck am i suppose to do that hahah

  24. Thanks! Very informative. Can these exercises be performed with scoliosis?

  25. That face, that voice, that body, that dedication…
    I'm in love! My back pain is gone!!! hehe 😉

  26. "NO Equipment", after 1 min shows what equipment you need…yeah right.

  27. I had a dual lumbar fusion on L4,L5,S1 last year. Any tips for getting back in the game?

  28. franronin says:

    Great video! Suscribed.

  29. Jon-Vegard says:

    Is it alright to do this with my legs locked under a table? I don't have any rough surfaces to work with, except for my chiseled abs.

  30. shouldn't you have the chair or ball much lower down towards the start of your waist?

  31. fahad AL. says:

    4:14 😱😱😱

  32. I have a herniat disc and i really wanna start building muscles but i'm afraid going to Gym and workout – Now i decided to exercice at home nd focus on my back …

  33. Up Whats says:

    I wanted to ba dat ball and chair and this masculine legs wrap me while the beutiful penis sticks to me. yummy!