Weak hip muscles lead to poor hip motion, and poor hip motion can cause knee, hip, and back pain. By exercising to strengthen the hip muscles that control how your hip moves, you can reduce your pain in these parts of your body.
High Hip A misaligned pelvis (one side higher than the other) is often related to back pain or restriction in movement that affects one side of your body more than the other. - See more at: http://www.losethebackpain.com/blog/2012/10/02/back-muscle-pain/#sthash.U2bLyee3.dpuf
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leg day is your best friend :) Squat, squat, Squat, Squat :) and more squats :) Slow and controlled. Maintain proper form. Don't be afraid to ask a stranger to be a spotter. Most people in the weight room are happy to help. If you're too shy bring a friend or just lift lighter weights with more reps. Or use a smith machine. There are endless options ;)
Backward Tipped Pelvis Muscle Imbalance The opposite of a forward tipped pelvis, a backward tipped pelvis is the least common of the four primary postural dysfunctions behind back muscle pain. It’s most frequently found in the older population. Tight muscles: Pectoralis Upper abdominal Gluteal Hamstrings Weak muscles: Thoracic erector spinae Hip flexors Quadriceps
Untucking your tailbone: If your tailbone slopes down, as in the first picture, your too-tight hamstrings are preventing natural pelvic floor and glute strength from developing. Follow this step by step guide to squatting, to untuck your tailbone and reinstate the natural activity of the pelvic floor and gluteal muscle groups.