New Methods to Fix Lower Back Pain
Lower back pain. Everyone has it, but not everyone knows how to fix it. Until now! Learn the hidden signals behind your lower back pain. And fix it. For once and for all.
There are literally hundreds of rehab exercises to help you stretch your back. But chances are your back pain is likely stemming from a separate, underlying issue. Your muscles are all connected to each other, so when a muscle tightens, it spreads throughout your whole body.
When your lower back hurts and conventional methods aren’t cutting it, you must find a different way. Dare to be different and implement GymnasticBodies prehab exercises to get rid of your back pain for good.
The Missing Link For Back Pain Relief
What do the obliques have to do with lower back pain? Quite a lot, actually!
The obliques play one of the most important roles in keeping a healthy spine. They act to bend, rotate, and stabilize your torso. The health of these forgotten muscles are directly linked to your lower back pain.
How so? Just watch the video below and watch how the GB Athlete uses his obliques to twist and extend his torso.
Weakness and/or tightness in your obliques is one of the main suspects to cause you lower back pain. Arm yourself with GymnasticBodies best core exercises and attack your weaknesses by strengthening this forgotten abdominal muscle.
Take the Spine From “Stiff and Rigid” to “Relaxed and Mobile”
When it comes down to solving the mystery behind chronic low back pain, the first thing you must understand is this: your spine is designed to move! You have vertebrae for a reason.
Conventional forms of fitness will tell you that the spine must stay rigid at all times and that the core’s ONLY job is to brace you. If this were true, we challenge you to stand up and walk to another room without moving your spine.
Good luck with that!
Stand out and be bold with your workouts! Utilize a variety of gymnastic exercises in your GB Online Workouts to mobilize your spine and fix tight muscles. A healthy spine will help eliminate chronic back pain.
Sitting Wreaks Havoc on Your Back! Fix It By Stretching These Muscles
Not only does sitting for long hours stiffen your back and obliques, but it can also be quite detrimental to the health of your hips. As each hour passes, your hip flexors shrivel. Your hamstrings shorten. And all the while, your rear end is back there snoozing.
This sitting thing is back breaking work!
But hey! We understand we all need to make a living. Luckily, with a steady dose of stretching, you can help counteract all the sitting you do throughout the day. But what muscles do you have to stretch? Here’s a hint: it opens up your quads, hamstrings, and glutes. We’ll go through it in detail in our Front Splits Stretch Series!
Not to mention one very important muscle group that most people neglect! Can you guess what that is? The answer may surprise you!
Believe it or not. It's your calves.
The Likely Cause Of Your Lower Back Pain
Do you feel the tightness in the back of your lower leg? The stiffness in your calves and ankles. Not many people can! That’s because they often feel the tension in their hamstrings. And guess what?
You probably do too!
Yes, tightness in your calves and ankles can, and will, pull you down. Stretching this area can help open up your hamstrings and lower back. Because more often than not! This is where your lower back stiffness stems from.
In the end, curing chronic lower back pain is a multi-approach method where you must stretch, strengthen, and mobilize its surrounding muscles. This, of course, takes time, because great things are only accomplished with time. So work hard, stay consistent, and trust the process.
Fight to cure achy back syndrome with a steady dose of GymnasticBodies low back pain prevention exercises into your GB Online Workouts.