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Old 01-06-2014, 04:27 PM   #2
Blake Barnes
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Well I am, by no means, a doctor/chiropractor/physical therapist but some things to help strengthen the lower back:

-hyperextensions
-good mornings help
-SLDL

Maybe try some glute-activation exercises as you're warming up:

-Double/Single-leg hip extensions (also known as glute bridges)

Also, it might help to make sure your torso is strong overall. So try to work in some ab/oblique exercises.

Again, I'm not a specialist with back injuries so I recommend seeking one out before you go and cause some more damage to your spine.
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