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  • Recovering from slipped disc getting strong
    Wellbeing

    “I'm getting strong again after having a slipped disc – but the journey isn't over yet”

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    Beauty

    Try these self-massage techniques from Lush to deal with aches and pains

  • Florie doing the single leg lift exercise on her floor for her neck pain
    Workouts

    “These are the 6 pilates stretches that helped ease my neck pain”

Latest Stories

Anisha Joshi, osteopath, clicking Chloe's neck in a collage photo.
Strong Women

“How an osteopath helped me finally understand my back pain”

The link between back pain, posture, exercise and injury was seriously sobering for one writer.

Posted by
Chloe Gray
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Woman lying down stretching her lower back
Strong Women

Ease lower back pain with these 4 simple stretches

If that WFH tension in your lower back isn't going anywhere, these stretches can help.

Posted by
Chloe Gray
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Chloe Gray doing a bulgarian split squat at home with dumbbells and a chair
Workouts

“How I improved my lower back pain with these 3 glute strengthening exercises”

Your butt muscles have more of an impact than you might think.

Posted by
Chloe Gray
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woman stretching hips on the floor
Workouts

“My lower back pain improved when I added these 4 hip mobility exercises to my workout routine”

Our body parts are interconnected, so what's good for your hips could be good for your back too.

Posted by
Florie Mwanza
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Posted by
Chloe Gray
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The 3 pilates exercises you need to ease back pain

Strengthen and lengthen your core muscles.

Woman lifting a barbell with weights on it
Workouts

Back pain after exercising? Protect your spine with these tips

Strength training should reduce pain, not cause it.

Posted by
Chloe Gray
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Emma Obayuvana demonstrates the world'ss greatest stretch as part of a mobility challenge
Workouts

Try this 5-minute daily mobility challenge for two weeks to ease any joint pain

Short, consistent stretching is the best way to get mobile.

Posted by
Chloe Gray
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