Do you have lower back pain due to golf? Try doing yoga more than once a week to help relieve pain. Here are five poses to help reduce golf related lower back pain.
This pose helps support your spine, and stretches your lower back muscles. To achieve this pose, start by placing your hands and knees on the ground. Your hands should be slightly in front of your shoulders. Slowly raise your knees from the floor and lift your tailbone up. For a more advanced stretch, try gently lifting your heels off the floor. This should stretch your hamstrings.
This pose helps elongate the back and is a wonderful way to end the day. Start by sitting on your knees and then reaching your arms forward. Then raise your glutes just above your knees.
The Cat/Cow pose helps the back stay limber. Begin this pose by placing your hands and knees on the floor. Your back should be flat like a table. Once you are in the position, alternate between rounding and arching your back.
To achieve this pose, begin by lying with your face down. Begin by slowly reaching your hands towards your ankles. Slowly lift your chest and thighs off the ground. This pose is great for strengthening your back muscles.
Having tight hips could also lead to lower back pain. This pose helps reduce anterior pelvic tilt. To start, sit on your glutes with your legs out in front and your back straight. Secondly, touch the bottom of your feet together and bring them towards you. For a more advanced version, bring your feet closer to your pelvis, bend towards your feet with your arms in front of you, and push your knees closer to the ground.
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