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  1. Hey, I had a random question for you regarding my back giving out on me and putting me in to level 10 pain. A couple months ago I was playing hockey, and of course my back went out. This puts me in to a major hip shift that you can see in the picture I attached. Obviously hockey involves a lot of squatting and twisting. I am trying to pin point the weakness or inflexibility to avoid this so I can resume playing hockey recreationally as I enjoy it and want to stay fit. Any information you might be able to provide or point me in the right direction would be appreciated. When it happens I get stuck in a squat position and am not able to straighten. It then takes weeks of chiropractic and pain treatment to get back to walking and sitting:). I am new to the stretch therapy program, but have had great success with mobility already helping me to sit comfortably which is a blessing! Thanks so much! Please know that I am standing “straight” in the pic and am in an extreme amount of pain 😅 A few notes as well. I had a right hip labrum repaired about 5 years ago, along with a L4-L5 herniated disc among other hockey injuries:)
  2. An interesting article for people working with gymnasts, and related activities like contortion: https://hybridperspective.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/bridge-mobility-why-your-gymnasts-may-be-struggling-possible-injury-prevention-for-the-lower-back/
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