This is what I learned in my own practice and training:
Treat lower back pain more.
You see, lower back pain occurs when you feel your back stretch up and you feel it all the time (including back stretches). If the lower back hurts, take the time to stop and recover from it.
This can be a lot different for everyone, especially if you’re in a position to feel it for a limited period of time, like in a baseball game or being in a competition.
Your muscles will react and they can use your low back to push themselves harder on that extra muscle, so do whatever you can to reduce the pain and restore your balance.
If you think your lower back hurts you for whatever reason, don’t let it stop.
Don’t wait for the pain to subsides.
If your lower back pain persists, you have a little better opportunity to take action to fix it.
The best way to do it is to start from the beginning and work on your lower back to get as much rest as possible.
If you’re feeling uncomfortable or don’t know what to do, check out this article:
The Perfect Balance Between Lower Back and Strength Training
To learn about how to use lower back exercises safely and safely, please check out this article:
The Perfect Muscle Stimulator Guide
For more exercise tips and suggestions.
Do you use any of these techniques more than once?