As a Fitness Instructor and with a background in Kinesiology, “moving better” has been something that fascinates me.
The second more common complain in family practice is low back pain. Often this is what we call mechanical low back pain and commonly stems from poor posture, lousy biomechanics, and a weak core.
As a society, we sit too much and don’t move enough. However, when many of us do decide to try and exercise are we moving in a way that is good for our body.