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12/29/2013 at 6:13 pm #70675Meghan BeckParticipant
Any suggestions on resolving this ? Joint distraction ?
12/29/2013 at 6:51 pm #73593Anonymous
Does it happen all the time?
It could be air bubbles popping.
Small air bubbles can happen when the joint is moved quickly.
Its like cracking your knuckles.
If it does happen regularly,
Most commonly tight IT Band
Episode 61: IT Band Hell, And Help…
01/03/2014 at 1:25 pm #73624Meghan BeckParticipant
awesome thanks. Im currently battling an injured low back. Not sure if it is a disk or a muscle problem. Horrible sciatica pain and pain that moves to the lateral hip on the l side. Pretty much rt on the trochanter.
01/03/2014 at 2:26 pm #73626Nathan RicherParticipant
hmm sounds like your low back should be your focus and not your popping hip! your back may even be causing some of the hip problems.if you have sciatica pain, it is likely some disc bulging into the nerves of your spine. this fires up the muscles – depending on which disc it is, it can be only in your back or go all the way down the back of your leg to your knee.i would find a good PT to help you deal with the spine issue. along the way you can use some gentle MWOD mobs to relieve muscle tension, which should help with pain. this would be mobs on the QL, erectors, all around the glutes, hamstrings. i would recommend starting with softer tools like the alpha ball until your condition has improved enough to deal with harder tools like the supernova.posture work will be important also. likely that is what caused the problem is improper posture and bracing during lifts, or exceeding your body’s capacity to brace during a particular lift.
01/03/2014 at 5:16 pm #73630Anonymous
A couple episodes to check out to hit the things you mentioned.
Pro Episode # 45 – Pro user Request Friday: The Dread Piriformis Syndrome (Like the Dread Pirate Roberts…but Different)
Piriformis is a small muscle in your pelvis that lies over top of your sciatic nerve. This can put pressure of the sciatic nerve.
Episode 15: You Must Defeat The Evil Chair Part 1
Episode 36: Spinal Mobility; Box Squat Groin Torture; Spine Rot/Adductor Stretch
Always Be Mobilizing: Parkour Mob? Or Mob-Nat?
The QL Is NOT a Bone…Even in THE Matt Chan
Creating a Stable Low Back with Better Hip Mechanics
An additional resource for your low back Jill Miller has some quick fix videos that hit areas another way.
A link for a free quick fix https://www.yogatuneup.com/ you can get others for a small fee.
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