I tend to get back pain when I've been doing workouts like barre, pilates or yoga that use a lot of core strength. If I'm not engaging the right muscles in my core or my legs my back has to overcompensate and that strain causes pain. I try to be mindful of my body positions when working out to prevent that.
Since a lot of my working time is stationary I try to mix it up when working from home, sometimes standing, sometimes sitting on a chair, sitting cross legged... anything I can do to give my back a break and switch positions!
Curious to hear your experiences.
Yes, I have experienced back pain and it kills me. I don't know why I am having back pain, I ain't do a lot of work and also I ain't do workouts. but still, I am having back pain. So, I talked about it with my friend who is a gym trainer and I told him everything. He did little research on my schedule and found out that it is because of my mattress and he recommends to me to buy a new mattress. So, I started searching mattresses online and on this site, I have found about plank mattress which is truly firm and also flippable with one extra-firm side for back and stomach sleepers with back pain. After sleeping on that mattress, next morning, I don't feel any back pain.