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Solve low back pain

How to solve low back pain. 6 of 6. PsoasHow to solve low back pain. 6 of 6. Psoas
The psoas is the main hip flexor and is highly responsible for low back pain. Exactly like the TFL's, the psoas shortens the front side of the hips dumping pressure in the low back.
How to solve low back pain. 5 of 6. QL and erectorsHow to solve low back pain. 5 of 6. QL and erectors
The tissues of the low back need to be periodically restored in order to maintain a pain free lumbar region. Restoring these tissues pays off immediately.
How to solve low back pain. 4 of 6. TFL hip flexorHow to solve low back pain. 4 of 6. TFL hip flexor
Tight TFL's are responsible for pulling and shortening the front side of the hips causing a lot of tension in the low back. Lengthen, lengthen, lengthen.
How to solve low back pain. 3 of 6. Hamstrings.How to solve low back pain. 3 of 6. Hamstrings.
Tight hamstrings are a major contributor to low back pain. Loosening and lengthening them relieves pressure and allows for pain free, anatomically correct, hip and lumbar spine function.
How to solve low back pain. 2 of 6. Upper, outer glute.How to solve low back pain. 2 of 6. Upper, outer glute.
The upper, outer region of the glute muscle is notorious for preventing external femur rotation. Gaining range in this area relieves pressure in your lower back.
How to solve low back pain. 1 of 6. Adductor.How to solve low back pain. 1 of 6. Adductor.
Lengthen your adductors to relieve pressure in your lower back.