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Q. Sometimes I can barely stand or sit. Is walking on treadmill something that can benefit? Can someone post back strengthening exercises they have used for muscle fitness while trying to relieve muscle tightness. I suffered a back muscle problem a few months back and I haven't quite been able to heal properly. It seems to me that my back muscles tighten up a lot and even cramp up. Sometimes I feel like my lower back is going to split in half from the upper back. Sometimes I can barely stand or sit. Is walking on treadmill something that can benefit?

A. muscles need to be strong and long. if it won't happen- many problems can occur. this is why it's important to maintain in physical shape and do stretches. Yoga lessons can be very helpful for you- it's purpose is to help your muscles be long and strong. about the lower back, lay on your stomach while your head is out side of the bed and this will help you stretch your back muscles.

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This blood-covered dog with bared teeth came hurtling towards me at high speed so I took off the safety catch and went 'bang' and the dog went down.
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The reason for this expulsion is shrouded in mystery Was it the curator's bared teeth and mad dog antics?
Eyes bulged, noses flared, lips bared teeth, fists were raised and banners carrying slogans written in foreign languages were unfurled.
Like a scrap of parchment found in caves at the Dead Sea it will make sense later when we find the rest, the graduation shot and the end of boot camp and the newspaper photo that will finally decode the smile of the four girls in the second row as the bared teeth of women wailing in grief, and whose caption complete with name, rank and unit and where the missile hit the APC will explain what God wrote in cipher and for which boy (but never why) in the class photo my son brought proudly home.
I sat high in Leicester's stand watching through binoculars as the "Time added on" complaints of Dennis Bergkamp and Michael Hughes swelled in seconds around the referee into a heaving argy-bargy of vile temper and bared teeth that Arsenal physio Gary Lewin and Leicester sub Tony Cottee strove to restrain.