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Lol I felt "young again" the day I squatted but the two following days I've been so fucking tight. Still, no lower back pain so I think I'm good. I may just need to strengthen my hip flexors.

longtime caller, first time listener (man alive), Saturday, 17 August 2019 18:45 (four weeks ago) link

hip ilxors got your back

breastcrawl, Saturday, 17 August 2019 20:08 (four weeks ago) link

My PT said I am squatting too low, and doing the butt wink past a certain point and that I need to come up at about parallel

ok, so I know that I butt wink when I squat. So stopping at parallel is a recommended fix for that or something?

☮ (peace, man), Saturday, 17 August 2019 22:23 (four weeks ago) link

She pressed a broom stick against my back, had me do a squat, and said I should be stopping at the point where my lower back doesn’t touch the stick anymore - if that makes any sense. For me that’s just lower than parallel.

beard papa, Sunday, 18 August 2019 02:06 (four weeks ago) link

Interesting!

☮ (peace, man), Sunday, 18 August 2019 15:09 (four weeks ago) link

Hi Friend,
Today I want to tell you about the body's most primal muscle….that you've probably never heard of before (let alone trained).

Your hips are the bridge between your upper body and lower body. They are at the center of your body's movement.

Sitting within the well of your hip and lower spine is the psoas major muscle, one of the two muscles that makes up the iliopsoas.

It’s often called the "mighty" psoas (pronounced so-az) for the many important functions it plays in the movement of your body.

The psoas is the only muscle in the human body connecting the upper body to the lower body.
The muscle attaches to the vertebrae of the lower spine, moves through the pelvis and connects to a tendon at the top of the femur. It also attaches to the diaphragm, so it’s connected to your breathing, and upon it sits all the major organs.

A functioning psoas muscle creates a neutral pelvic alignment, stabilizes the hips, supports the lower spine and abdomen, supports the organs in the pelvic and abdominal cavity and gives you greater mobility and core strength.

When it functions well, it has the power to…

… help you achieve peak performance day after day after day.

… rapidly drop ugly body fat that stubbornly clings to your body.

… train harder, heavier and gain strength faster than you thought possible.

… hit your peak of sexual health.

… flood your mind and body with renewed energy and vigor.


Put simply, this muscle is the core of activity in your body. So, when it's out of balance
or if the psoas tightens, there are serious consequences which flow throughout the
body.

That's why I urge you to try these…..

10 Simple Moves to Unlock & Release Your Psoas (Hip Flexor Muscles)

Inspired by fitness,

CLICK HERE ...

Li'l Brexit (Tracer Hand), Tuesday, 20 August 2019 08:52 (three weeks ago) link

… rapidly drop ugly body fat that stubbornly clings to your body.

… hit your peak of sexual health.

The one-two punch of snake-oil sales copy.

beard papa, Tuesday, 20 August 2019 22:17 (three weeks ago) link

ya'll pigeon pose is the best

cheese canopy (map), Monday, 26 August 2019 23:27 (two weeks ago) link

Man, I love the particular soreness that comes after a heavy barbell workout -- it feels like rippling hulk muscles are growing just under the surface and are going to bust out any moment

longtime caller, first time listener (man alive), Sunday, 1 September 2019 03:07 (two weeks ago) link


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