Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

Back pain, SI Joint pain, knee pain, hip’s where I start.

A few ideas comin at you of some low-level core stability drills. The soft roll (last video) is my ABSOLUTE favorite and I’ll likely end up doing a whole post or insta-live or something dedicated to it. But, many times folks can’t roll (no joke) and we gotta regress it. Gave ya a few suggestions.

While many people want to immediately go after the sexy, popular stuff like planks, and bird-dog, and GHD sit-ups ?, the reality is, ya gotta walk before you run. You gotta roll before you plank. If you don’t work on the fundamentals and build the foundation, everything else is just getting stacked on top of dysfunction. That’s a disaster waiting to happen. Babies start developing core stability while on their back and so must adults.

So, if you’ve got back pain, SI Joint pain, or are just looking for a starting point to work on your core stability, here ya go. Low back should remain on the ground, ribs down, no clunking of the hips, no reproduction of pain, no back irritation…and go slowly. 3 sets of one million. Make sure you can BREATHE. Give it a shot and lemme know how it goes!

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