'I've got a bad back'
It's a common misconception that having a bad back will prevent you from exercising. While having a bad back might limit the type of exercise you can do, exercising could relieve and help prevent back pain. Swimming is great for people who suffer with back problems, it's gentle and will stretch out your back and strengthen the muscles.
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