A user came at us with a question about restoring/training the lumbar multifidus. Short answer: start with input, get a little more mid-range, and then get moving again. Some soft tissue mobilization to reconnect the brain with that area of the body is always a good first step. Then, add movement in pain-free ranges. Finally, we add load in flexion and extension. If you’re struggling with back pain and want to take a first crack at fixing it yourself, click the link to learn more about our Virtual Mobility Coach. We have an entire section devoted to PAIN, allowing you to choose guided mobilizations by body part. Just pick the painful area and start following along. First 14 days are FREE: https://bit.ly/TRSVirtualMobilityCoach Subscribe and turn on notifications to stay current on mobility, performance, and recovery conversations! About The Ready State: The Ready State is the new home of MobilityWOD. The Ready State provides athletes, coaches, and humans of all walks of life the tools to Relieve pain, prevent injury, and improve physical performance. Subscribe to the Virtual Mobility Coach for customized mobility coaching, tailored to your body and lifestyle. Start a 14-day FREE TRIAL today at https://bit.ly/TRSFree_Trial. Connect with The Ready State: Visit the The Ready State WEBSITE: http://thereadystate.com Follow The Ready State on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thereadystate/ Like The Ready State on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thereadystate/ Follow The Ready State on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/thereadystate
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