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01/05/2014 at 11:48 am #70687
Great site! I’m a 33 year old personal trainer in UK, who got a nasty viral infection start of Dec, it brought on prostatitis..which is NOT FUN. Gradually improving, but the issue that is remaining is pain and tightness in psoas and abs, one thing I’m noticing is the discomfort moves throughout the day, I’m pretty tacked down and there are plenty of trigger points..lower back also bit stiff, and I have never had orevious back issues. Hip flexors are tight…I’m waiting on Rogue monster bands and Gemini..I do have voodoo floss bands, tptherapy grid and a lacrosse ball. My breathing is chest dominant, my question is should I get someone to trigger point abs whilst I work on other things, before then progressing to gut smash??
Thoughts welcomed, thank you.
01/05/2014 at 12:08 pm #73649AnonymousGuest
Episode 142: Tight IT Band and Hip Flexor Fix: Runners?
Episode 144: Ze Hip Flexion
Episode 23: Runner’s Legs
Episode 04: Silent P in Filet, Very Paleo
Episode 347: Stiffness Kills– New Anterior Hip Flossing Tweaks
Jill Miller Smashes Your Guts! (and psoas, and tacked down viscera, and matted down abdominals…) Part 2
Episode 301: Psoas Flossing and Biker Hips
Episode 129: The Twin Bowstrings, the Psoas and Scalenes
Episode 75: Your Inside Psoas Bits, World Record?
Episode 26: Hips and Seppuku: Psoas and Hip Soft Tissue Mob
01/05/2014 at 2:31 pm #73652
Would you approach in any particular order? I’m thinking free psoas for pain purposes then work on breathing…?
I did some t spine work on foam roller and when I got a adjustment on right side it felt a bit electrical in psoas for few secs…what’s happening there?
01/05/2014 at 10:33 pm #73657AnonymousGuest
It may have been an iliopsoas muscle spasm.
May be something you need to get checked out.
Did you ask your chiro about it?
Where will you see the most impact first?
01/06/2014 at 5:15 am #73659
Seeing an osteo/ROLFER this week, it does seem to be more right sided in nature..I was watching some stand up over Xmas and when I laugh..my right psoas clunks!!
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