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    Handstand and lower back

    Is handstand bad for lower back pain? Why? Can I do it without causing the problem? How? And are there any alternates or variation? Which one's?

    #2
    if you can do a handstand and have backpain at your age, I would advise you to go see a physician. Normally backpain is caused by weak back musculature, which is pretty unlikely if you can do a handstand. (new) backpain at your age is a bit odd too.

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      #3
      My back pain is due to bad sitting and sleeping posture... I have consulted a physician and he's advised me to keep working out and avoid gassy food.... I have corrected my posture and improved my food habits but it'll take some time to heal.. but doing hand stand doesn't hurt my back. Is it problematic at all?

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        #4
        So, if it doesn't hurt you, why do you think there is a problem?
        For handstands you need a good amount of core strength, which includes the lower back. Done with good posture (straight, no banana shape) it does more good than bad , if you do not have bad prior conditions.


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          #5
          What I wanted to ask was, could it cause a problem?😅

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            #6
            Originally posted by AmlanPadhi View Post
            What I wanted to ask was, could it cause a problem?😅
            thats hard to answer. You can always cause "a problem" if you make a mistake while performing a handstand or your form is realy bad. Overall i don't think a well executed handstand cause problems.

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