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The best thing for back pain is actually more movement

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Stretching and strengthening your back can prevent pain later. (Kike Vega/Unsplash/) Even with gyms reopening at limited capacity, it’s still safer to exercise at home or outdoors. So, we’re dubbing this September Muscle Month to help you keep up your fitness, power, and health in socially distant times. Roughly 80 percent of Americans have back pain at some point in their lives. Historically,...

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