Soreness all day after Knee-Ups

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Soreness all day after Knee-Ups

Postby drchazewaz » Thu Dec 27, 2012 6:38 pm

Hi Back Builders,

I have various back pain that comes and goes, and I've decided to prevent this from now on by starting a RYB routine. I've been doing the RYB basic exercises for a couple of weeks now, and I'm confused about the results.

Whenever I do the knee-ups (or similar stretches such as forward bends or the "child's pose" in yoga), I feel very sore in my lower back and left buttock. The aching feels a bit good during the stretching, like the muscle really wanted it, but then the area aches for the rest of the day. Although the soreness is left of center, I only feel it when I pull up both knees, not either one individually. I did have some pain in this area recently (before I started the exercises).

Can anyone tell me what's going on? Is this soreness something I need to just work through or do I need to make some modification? It doesn't seem to be getting better.

Thanks for any help!
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Postby henry88 » Thu Jan 17, 2013 5:37 am

May be due to the stretch some nerve is tight or sprain. Just try walking and jogging. It may help. Try some pain relievers if the pain is more.
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