The best ways to work out the lower back. So, a lot of people want to strengthen their lower back, they think that they have lower back issues because their lower back isn't strong. This is often the problem. But more often what happens is that the hips are tight and the posterior chain is weak. Which is the back of the body. So what most people don't know is that the lower back is primarily a stabilizing muscle. So more importantly what's in, what's important for your lower back to remain strong, is to strengthen the glutes and hamstrings that support that lower back. So today, we're going to be doing single leg Romanian dead lifts and back extensions. So with the back extension, you can do it on a stability ball or at the gym on a back extension piece of equipment. Mainly what you want to be thinking about is squeezing your glutes. So that your glutes fire as well as your back when coming up. Very importantly you don't want to come up too high because then you're extending your back, which is not good for you. You just want to come up as high as your legs are. So that you're in an even plane. With the dead lifts, you're ensuring that your hamstrings are firing and with the single leg RDLs, you are thinking about your one hamstring firing along with your glute. So that your back is stabilizing with those muscles. The combination of the muscles working together, the glutes, the hamstrings and the lower back is really how you're going to get the strongest lower back.