Lower Back Pain Continued...yes again.
You can probably tell by looking at the last few days worth of content that back pain is a bit more than just stretch this muscle/joint, strengthen that.
It takes a comprehensive approach at fixing the problem.
One of the areas that needs to be addressed is actual strength in the back.
Deadlift is my absolute favorite exercise to strengthen the back.
If it’s tolerable and not painful.
If it is not, we
🚨 Client Story 🚨 Meet Laryssa Diagnosed with Knee Arthritis at age 25. She had been dealing with severe knee pain to the point she could barely walk and get very much direction or course of action from other doctors. Within 1 week her pain goes from 7/10 to 1/10. In her own words “It was insane!” Now she’s back doing things she never thought she would be able to do again like squatting, lunges, even just going up and down stairs. Here’s what we di
If your goal is to throw harder and perform better.
Better be doing mobility/flexibility work.
I personally love this one with the foam roller.
But the key with the foam roller is passive mobility will NOT give you what you want.
That’s why I like this particular exercise. Because you’re creating that’s link with the brain to say you’re lifting the arm, Lats need to turn down.
(But turn down for what?...sorry. Had to throw that Lil John
If you feel this pinchey type pain or dull ache always while standing or walking but it improves with sitting. You probably need to correct an anterior pelvic tilt (APT). Because odds are pretty high you’re throwing your spine into excessive extension at the lower segments. Here’s what to do and how to check: ✔️One hand in front on your abdomen, one hand on the small of your back. Feel for the excessive extension (forward curve) ✔️See if you can tigh
Tight Hamstrings? This is a great exercise AFTER YOU CLEAR THE SPINE!! Don’t worry though, I will teach you how to do that in a self assessment video coming soon. By the way make sure you sign up for more free self assessments and exercises on my website. Just click Self Assessment above. Anyways, this one is called a single leg Romanian deadlift. One of my all time favs for both lengthening and strengthening the hammies. Keys with this: 🔑 Start th
Anyone who has ever been injured or has had difficulty with returning to a particular sport or activity knows that the transition from where you are to where you need to be to do what you love to do is often the hardest part. There are a lot of great exercises and activities out there for common problems that people have, but what most of them lack is the ability to customize to what you really need to recover. Sure, you can try exercises on YouTube or something you saw onc