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  1. #71
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    Mar 2012
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    I find that stretching my IT band with a foam block or roller after surfing really helps my low back pain. These are great:


  2. #72
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    Lower back pain relief

  3. #73
    Join Date
    Oct 2013
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    Atlantic City
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    Quote Originally Posted by Betty View Post
    FiNd a public pool and swim laps on non surfing days. I swim a mile daily and I swear it's the reason I have no back issues. I am pretty old, and to take up surfing and not get back issues is pretty good. It's the swimming.
    sometimes back probs are a combo of getting old and the use it or lose it aspect of aging muscles.
    this approach - a la betty - is imo the best approach to staying young and fit.

  4. #74
    well, on top of the back pain, I somehow managed to get a crick in my neck. I went to the beach and was so stoked, I forgot to take an advil (or a leash), but I kinda forgot about my back and neck and was fine. Definitely felt it all again once I got out of the water, but layed down for the rest of the day and it didn't bother me.

  5. #75
    Holy Maca dare, I gots a pain in my sacro crackerjack.