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Back pain affects up to 80 percent of adults at some point and with more people working from home in less-than-ideal workspaces, people's pain is on the rise.
Lauren demonstrates a Supported Arch Crunch, a Hip Dip, and a Toe Tap (in the video here) and says these easy at-home moves help to target your core, abs, back, and can help improve your overall posture.
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