Your back is not supposed to go out. The first thing you must do is get evaluated by a physician to determine what exactly is wrong with your back. Next, is to get connected with a qualified rehabilitation specialist such as an athletic trainer or physical therapist to develop a comprehensive rehabilitation program focusing on back strengthening exercises.
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National Academy of Sports Medicine answered
First of all, I recommend seeing a doctor who specializes in spine health if this continues. It may be that you need a regular exercise program. Many people who are on-again off-again “weekend warriors,” with active hobbies or even just projects around the house, have this same complaint. Consistency is key to strength and fitness, and core work is a must for back health. Injury is common when exercise is irregular or non-existent between episodes of big physical demands on your body. I like to talk to my clients about body awareness in and outside the studio, as a way to prevent injury. At barre3 we work more than just the large muscles. We strengthen the tiny, often forgotten muscles that keep our joints (including the spine) healthy, flexible, and able to roll with the punches!