When I started having low back pain because of a squat that I didn’t warm up for, I regretted it immediately, don’t ever do it. Thanks to this move that I thought up, my pain has been decreasing significantly ever since I started doing it regularly. It is part yoga, part pilates, and part physical therapy. It’s a pose that controls movement and strengthens the muscles that are causing the pain in the first place, it does both of these at the same time.
- Performing an oft-used exercise improperly can result in chronic pain. One blogger that discovered this sad truism also found a solution.
- Most of us have underdeveloped posterior chains, which can lead to or exacerbate back pain.
- This condition, often the product of too much sitting, can be rectified by a technique that comprises in part Pilates elements and physical therapy components.
“Do this every single day (with a few variations) and you should see your back pain improve dramatically. Mine has since I’ve started doing this — and in case you’re wondering, I have no affiliation whatsoever with the program. I don’t even know Dr. Goodman.”