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I think that’s gonna be a silly question but I’m wondering whether you would suggest continuing regular training (sandbag, kettlebells, sprinting) or taking a rest after dealing with a pelvic tweak. My psoas, anerior hip, low back are still stiff, but I’m working on it. beside working on those areas any suggestions that could be considered?
Episode 128: The Pelvic Fault and Back Pain You’ll want to look at positioning/form/technique with the skill where the injury occurred to prevent it from happening again. You want to identify why it happened and address the cause.