- Jun 15, 2007
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This sounds like a tight Quardratus Lumborum muscle. These are the lower back muscles either side of your spine, just above your pelvic girdle.
If it is this, it is quite common. Try kneeling on the ground on all fours, knees & hands, that is. Then raise your right arm out to the front and your left leg out straight to the rear. Hold this for ten seconds and then swap to the opposite limbs. (Yes, its a bit like a superman pose!!)
This will stretch, strengthen and loosen this muscle. Hope this helps.
*Do this everyday*
Hey Steve i know this is a old post but i had a sore back there (Not from weight lifting- from circuit training) and i tryed what you said and got up and it was not hurting *text deleted*. Wow just just goes like that.