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3. Use Caution: Crunches

They aren’t all bad, but crunches aren’t great if you’ve got a bad back. They put pressure on your lower spine. They can tighten the muscles you use to sit, too. That can pull at your spine even further. If it’s a six-pack you’re after, ask a fitness expert for other moves you can use that won’t wreck your back.

4. Go for It: Walking

This oldie but goodie is top-notch for both your body and your brain. You can do it just about anywhere. It’s easy on your joints, boosts your mood, and helps you stay heart healthy.