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07/25/2020 at 8:19 am #200454Shelley KnoxParticipant
I have been faithfully following prescriptions from the Supple Leopard & TRS Virtual Mobility Coach – and can truthfully tell you my pain/range of motion has improved drastically. I am just wondering about the general feeling of pain – I wake up sore in my lower back and glutes every morning. Does anyone have experience with this? Will it eventually go away? Should I be taking a supplement to better ‘grease’ my joints? Any feedback is appreciated.
07/26/2020 at 12:42 pm #200925Kaitlin LyonsModerator
Great to hear you are seeing drastically improved pain/range of motion while utilizing Supple Leopard & the Virtual Mobility Coach!
Has anything changed in your daily activities/routine?
Is the pain in your lower back and glutes something new?
What position do you sleep in?
An episode to check out:
Episode 39: Sleep, Pillows, and What Your Low Back Says About Your KB Swing
07/31/2020 at 3:59 pm #203163Shelley KnoxParticipant
Thanks Kaitlin – I will check out the episode above…pain in Glutes/Lower Back are not new – I should mention that I sit at a desk for a living – so I know that is an issue. My sport history is I played Rugby and Hockey for many years – so lots of physical contact which resulted in injuries.
Now I spend most of my down time Mountain Biking.
Many people my age (50) believe morning aches/pains are just part of aging…I refuse to subscribe to that narrative … so the journey continues.
08/02/2020 at 1:39 pm #203883Kaitlin LyonsModerator
I agree morning aches/pains are not just part of aging.
Great to hear you have a history of being active and are continuing to be active.
Addressing the impact of long periods of sitting will definitely help.
At night undoing the impact of the day and/or proactively addressing something in the morning: Quads, psoas, hips, t-spine or wherever needs attention.
Taking a look at your sitting position can help too.
The Stability Problems With Sitting
Episode 276: MobilityWod Google Talk: Desk Bound
May or may not be possible to make changes to your set up, however, things to keep in mind.
There are several episodes in the archive which address sitting position.
One to get started
Episode 251: High Skilled Sitting/Abdominal Bracing
Another option for down regulation is Kelly’s Down Regulation Class or there are down regulation from the archive.
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