Why Your Hips Matter When It Comes To Low Back Pain
Your hips don't lie
Your glute (butt) muscles surrounding your hip joint are the primary low back and pelvic stabilizers. One of the side effects of increased hours of sitting is the decreased function and motor control of our gluteal group of muscles. When your glutes aren't working properly, your low back takes over and and increases the risk of pain or injury
Be sure your glutes are firing correctly with this easy exercise called the two legged bridge. Be sure to squeeze the glutes at the top position for an extra challenge.