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After you decide to see someone (if you do) not training is the wrong answer. You have to continue to do something. You have to fill your training with as much movement (and some load) as you can that is not aggravating. Start doing things like hollow holds and dead bugs and look up the McGill 3. If your training up until this point has pretty much been sagittal (barbell work) you have to mix in training in the other planes. Some kind of non-aggravating rotational work and carries (sleds, sandbags, yokes) need to be a routine part of your training along with some single leg stance work. Doing nothing is not the answer, you have to find what you can do and do it.