You know this guy is a low back surgeon’s dream come true.
If there was ever a contest for the ugliest squat
<== this guy would win it hands down.
But, what if his horrible squat has to do with tight hamstrings.
No doubt that can lead to chronic low back pain.
Not only that but tight hamstrings can make you look like a close relative of the hunch back of Notre Dame.
Stretching your hamstrings can help make your hips move better but does that mean hamstring stretches will help relieve lower back pain?
The answer may just lie in identifying what I call your physical profile…
…I’ve discovered that people fit into 1 of 2 types and identifying their physical profile is the KEY as to whether or not hamstring stretches will help or make an existing low back problem worse.
In the video I share the 2 profile types, a simple way to identify which one you are and which profile hamstring stretches might help and which one they might hurt.
If you found this video helpful and want to learn more about identifying muscle imbalances and the most effective way to correct them then be sure to check out Muscle Imbalances Revealed Upper Body.