Low back pain is the single most expensive health care expense in the US, in front of cardiovascular conditions and cancer.
How do you deal with low back pain?
Every once in a while we “throw” our backs out due to some trivial, sudden movement.
If you know what I’m talking about, the pain is sharp and it seems like any type of movement will make it worst.
In a three part series, I will share three exercises that you can do to improve your low back health!
Stay tuned if you want to move better to feel better!
There is an intricate relationship between the hips and low back.
Both need to be mobile and stable for proper function.
This first exercise is based on patterns of human development as a baby and it targets hip stabilization as we learn to go from side-lying to crawling.
This exercise targets strengthening the muscles responsible for hip abduction.
Try it out for a good hip burner!