Low Back Pain 🏃‍♂️🤏?

Low Back Pain 🏃‍♂️🤏?

Do you suffer from low back pain from running or cycling? 

Low back pain is one of the most common issues our Feed Coaches are asked about. It can be tricky to solve, but there is one universal truth that almost every runner or cyclists with low back pain has hip flexors/psoas that are too tight. As a result every stride or pedal stroke is pulling and tweaking your low back. 

The first thing you can do is release the tension in your hip flexors/psoas.

NEXT….Core Strength…

Here is my basic routine. I’ve kept it really simple so I’m sure to do it everyday. Consistency is the most important part here:

  • 10 to 15 push push with a tight core
  • From the push ups go directly to a 60 to 90 second plank
  • Add in a Bird Dog with 4x 30s Holds per Side
  • Repeat 2 or 3 times if you have time.

Last Step….Reduce Inflammation so healing can begin.

Low back pain goes hand in hand with inflammation in the region.  You need to reduce this inflammation so you can kick start healing.  If you aren’t into supplements, then stick with the steps above.  If you want to go over your low back pain faster, try this formula:

  • 🇨🇭Swiss RX Soft Tissue Complex. What is unique about this formula is that it is 4 different pills and they are the most effective I’ve found in reducing inflammation with low back pain.
  • 🇨🇭Swiss RX Daily Recovery: The main active ingredient here is Turmeric and while that is also in the Soft Tissue Complex, adding 2 more Turmeric capsules per day has been really helpful for me. 

If cost is no issue and you really want to get after your low back pain, then I would add in Swiss RX Collagen and Omega 3, otherwise consider those optional upgrades. Please don’t take this as a guarantee fix, does these supplements work for many athletes? Yes! Does it work for all athletes? No.

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Article by: Matt – The Feed

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