Low Back Pain in the Morning? DO THIS!

submitted by Antranik on 07/27/18 1

In my last video I shared the importance of understanding anterior versus posterior pelvic tilt and how to remember them. In continuation with that theme, here's a practical use of properly hinging at the hips by doing an anterior pelvic tilt to keep the lower back neutral or flat in regards to providing lower back pain relief in the morning upon waking and doing any forward-folding or bending over such as simply washing your face or hamstring stretching. This is a good remedy for backaches in the morning if you aren't doing it already. I also say the reason why our backs are so much more stiff in that first half hour upon being upright. Hope that helps! ⭐ Programs! ► Easy Hamstrings: antranik.org/register/hamstrings ► Rings-oriented training routine: antranik.org/get-rings-routine/ ► Slackline program: antranik.org/slackline/ 💛 Follow me at: ► Instagram: instagram.com/antranikdotorg ► Facebook: facebook.com/antranik.org ► Mailing List: eepurl.com/ug8Sn ⭐ I Use a Foam Roller Daily for Self-Massage! ► How I use it: antranik.org/foam-roller-exercises/ ► Which one to buy: antranik.org/foam-roller-guide/ ⭐ I also use a Lacrosse Ball for Self-Massage! ► Lacrosse Ball Guide: antranik.org/lacrosse-ball/ ⭐ The BEST Bodyweight Training Book: ► Overcoming Gravity 2: amzn.to/2yOzFLy

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