I ripped a pair of pants.
I wish I were kidding, it was embarrassing.
This made me realize that the average person can’t move from the hips, based on popular wardrobes!
Don’t let your tight hips kill your low back. The hip is a glorious tri-axial joint, with a ball-and-socket range of motion.
Your sitting locks it down.
Your pants are doing it, too!
Your low back will start to move for a hip that can’t. This results in low back pain, disc arrangements, and joint degeneration.
The low back has uniplanar, sliding joints. It isn’t structurally designed to move for your hip.
Demand more out of your hip and create some low back stability.
Get pants that move better.
Test your pants in the dressing room with the fullest squat you can currently achieve.
A little from Dr. Dan, a little from Lisa but always a lot of good stuff!