1. Glute bridges
This strengthens your bum and stretches your lower spine at the same time.
Abby said: “Think of your spine as a pearl necklace, you must pick your spine up, bone by bone, by curling your pelvis and pressing up with your bum until your body is in a straight line at the top.
“Then melt back down, ribcage first, still squeezing your glutes until you have landed your pelvis.”
A top tip is to do this exercise just after waking up, when the spine is “relaxed and malleable”.
2. Hip twist
This is another great one for back health.
Abby instructed: “Lay flat on the floor with your arms out wide, palms down.
“Stabilise your core and bring your legs into table top.
“Keep your back as flat as you can and twist your hips up and over to one side, then up and over to the other side, keeping your knees together.”