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Originally Posted by topflightpro View Post
Anyway, I find stretching and core work helps a lot. When I'm consistent with it, my back is good. And then I start to get a little lax with it, and things go south, quickly. I also have a pretty good chiropractor, though I try to limit my chiropractor use. They treat the symptoms, not the causes.
What kind of stretches do you do? The article proposes that most of the traditional stretches intended for low back are actually damaging, and that in fact having a more flexible low back increases your chance of injury.
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