(1) LOOSE THE HIGH HEELS:
(a)High Heels increase degenerative disk disease in the lower back.
(b)High Heels compress and damage the lumbar spine.
(c)High Heels increase osteoarthritis
(2)LET THE FEET POINT THE WAY:
Just like wheels on a car point forward so should the your feet. Practice walking straight by lining up the outside of your feet with the straight edge of a carpet or tile and walk along it for practice.
(3) STRETCH YOUR CALVES:
(a) Tight calves are major contributors to back pain, the tighter the lower leg the the more the upper back whips forward and contributes to curling of the spine.
(b) Add a daily calf stretch to your exercise routine helps to better align the spine.
(4) DO THE TWIST:
(a)Each vertebra in the spine can not only, bend forward, backwards, and side to side but it also rotates. In our culture the twisting the torso is the least used, although twisting is as natural as all other motions.
(b) Incorporate spinal twisting into your exercise routine.
(5) GET THOSE GLUTES IN SHAPE:
(a) The major culprit of back pain is weak gluteal muscles.
(b) Gluteal muscles stabilizes the tailbone.
(c) Glutes helps support the function of the lower back muscles (If the glutes are weak, the low back muscles have to work harder than normal, which makes them fatigue and sore.)
(d) Squats works well to strenghten the glutes.