Ever thought to yourself:
“I wake up just fine, but the moment I start walking around or doing work, everything tightens up”.
Or, ” I felt fine just yesterday. I’m not sure what happened, I literally can’t walk today’.
How do I know this?
Just Kidding lol
I know this because I’ve been in your shoes. Those flare-ups came uninvited whenever they felt like it. It drove me nuts.
What I didn’t realize back then was the fact that it wasn’t about what I was doing, it was about what I didn’t know I was doing (that I had to stop doing).
What you don’t do is just as important, if not more, as
what you do do.
There is a reason the pain changes in intensity and you feel better at certain times, but worse at others. And if you want to find out the cause, you gotta do some investigational work.
I’m going to share with you part of the process I take my clients through to uncover what’s causing their lower back pain (pain triggers).
The second part of the process is very specific to the individual, but this first part should be enough to at least pinpoint the activities that are triggering your lower back pain or piriformis pain.
And I also created a FREE assessment guide you’ll need to download and print out to do this exercise with me. It’s right below the training video.
Let’s get to work!
What’s Causing My Lower Back and Piriformis Pain?
If you want to take this to the next level, you can schedule a free clarity call with me and we can talk more about your specific condition.
You’ll get real-world advice from someone who’s actually been where you are (with the scars and bruises and massive experience to show for it)…make sure to apply for a call here.