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 tighten your abdominals because they’re probably not activated at all. (Some of you wont be able to activate them in a standing position. I’ll make a video on where to start if you can’t in a standing position.)
✔️Watch and feel for what’s happening at the pelvis (do this in front of a mirror so you can see). You want to see the spine go to a neutral position.
✔️Maintain a slight bit of tension to keep the pelvis position you’ve just gotten.
✔️Watch out for the rib cage flaring upwards because if it does you are going to have a net zero effect of correcting the pelvis.
Any questions, just hit me up. Comment below or DM
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