However, like everything else, it has its downsides.
For some, they have this feeling of back pain after a run, especially in the lower areas. So, what could be causing the pain?
In this article, we are going to explore the answers to that question…
Back Pain And Running
Before we go to our tip for the day, you must understand one thing first…
If you are having a sudden onset of nearly unbearable pain in your lower back, then DO NOT do any tip from here or anywhere else from the Internet.
In cases like this, consult immediately with a professional. Sudden onset of acute back pain is not something you should be messing around.
If you are not having that kind of lower back pain, then we can proceed.
Oh, by the way, first recall when did the back pain start? If it’s by the time you start running, then you can also proceed with our tip. If the pain goes back before that, then you could be having a chronic back pain, and running is not the cause of it.
The biggest cause of for back pain due to running is weak core or trunk muscles. Even though your running, these muscle groups are not really used that much when you run. Hence they are not up to par with your leg muscles. You can say that they are left behind with your muscle development.
To avoid the back pain, you must impart some time in developing your core muscle groups. There are a lot of simple exercises to choose from many web tutorials. Also, here is something that’s working for most people.
Try to do simple Yoga. Even with just 10 minutes of yoga a day and if one consistently, it can most likely alleviate the back pain. As a start, you can sit with your legs crossed for 10 minutes a day. The child pose is also good at de-stressing those muscles in your back. Of course, there are a lot of other poses you can try and perform to help eliminate the back pains.