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Below are captions (instructions) for 10 exercises.

( 46 XKX ) EXERCISE BALL - BACK EXTENSIONS While kneeling with an exercise ball in front of you, rest your chest on the ball. Next, slowly raise up your chest off the ball. Contiune to make contact with the ball to your pelvis area.
( 47 DGX ) STANDING EXTENSIONS While standing, place your hands on your hips and lean back to arch your back.
( 54 WXG ) WAND EXTENSION - STANDING In the standing position and holding a wand/cane behind your back with both arms, draw it back as shown.
( 57 XXV ) EXERCISE BALL - SUPINE TRUNK EXTENSION - ADVANCED While sitting on an exercise ball, roll forward so that your back lies against the ball. Next, raise up your arms over head and towards the floor. You should be lying horizontally with your feet in contact with the floor. Relax and stretch.
( 58 PKX ) PRONE BACK EXTENSION While lying face down, slowly raise your chest upwards and off the ground. Then lower slowly back to the ground.
( 59 BKX ) SITTING BACK EXTENSION 1. Place feet on desired foot support. Bend knees slightly and push hips against lumbar pad. 2. Adjust start position for desired range of motion. 3. Grip handles and extend back until low back contacts lumbar pad. 4. Return weight with controlled movement to starting position.
(60 LTR) LOWER TRUNK ROTATION: (instructions needed)
(61 HMS) HAMSTRING STRETCH: (instructions needed)
(62 UTS) UPPER TRAPEZIUS STRETCH: (instruction needed)
(63 UPR) UPWARD REACH: (instruction needed)
Click here for another example of instructions created for exercises (though these are an early attempt for Carl, not for this subject): aceso/strength Below is a compact list of the 10 exercises selected for BackExercises.
EXERCISE BALL - BACK EXTENSIONSxkx 46XKXBACK
STANDING EXTENSIONSdgx 47DGXBACK
WAND EXTENSION - STANDINGwxg 54WXGBACK
EXERCISE BALL - SUPINE TRUNK EXTENSION - ADVANCEDxxv 57XXVBACK
PRONE BACK EXTENSIONpkx 58PKXBACK
SITTING BACK EXTENSIONbkx 59BKXBACK
LOWER TRUNK ROTATIONltr 60LTRBACK
HAMSTRING STRETCHhms 61HMSBACK
UPPER TRAPEZIUS STRETCHuts 62UTSNECK
UPWARD REACHupr 63UPRBACK

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