How to Decompress Your Lower Back on TikTok


If you’re like many people, you spend hours sitting in front of a computer or phone, hunched over and craning your neck. This can lead to lower back pain and discomfort. But don’t worry, there are simple exercises and stretches that you can do on TikTok to relieve your pain and improve your posture.

Heading 1: Stretching Exercises

Stretching is key to relieving lower back pain.

There are many stretches you can do on TikTok, including:

  • Hamstring stretch

  • Hip flexor stretch

  • Lower back twist
  • Seated spinal twist
  • Seated forward bend

Heading 2: Strengthening Exercises

Strengthening your core and glutes can also help alleviate lower back pain.

Here are some exercises you can do on TikTok:

  • Plank hold

  • Side plank hold

  • Bridge

  • Bird dog
  • Glute bridge

Research and Experiments:

Studies have shown that regular exercise and stretching can reduce lower back pain and improve overall health. Additionally, using a foam roller or massage ball on your lower back can help release tension and improve blood flow to the area.

Real-life Examples:

One of my friends recently started doing yoga on TikTok to relieve her lower back pain. She noticed that stretching her hips and hamstrings made a huge difference in her posture and alleviated her pain. Another friend started doing bodyweight exercises on TikTok, such as push-ups and squats, to strengthen his core and glutes. He also noticed that this helped him maintain good posture throughout the day.


* Q:

What if I don’t have access to a gym or equipment?

A: There are many exercises you can do on TikTok without any equipment, such as bodyweight exercises and stretching.

* Q:

How often should I be doing these exercises?
A: It’s recommended to do these exercises 2-3 times per week for optimal results.


Decompressing your lower back on TikTok is easy and effective. By incorporating stretching and strengthening exercises into your routine, you can relieve pain and improve your posture. Remember to listen to your body and take breaks when needed. With a little effort, you can say goodbye to lower back pain and hello to a healthier, more comfortable lifestyle.