Do you wake up most mornings with a stiff low back? Well you shouldn’t.

Assuming you don’t have moderate to severe lumbar disc degeneration (on x-ray or MRI) you shouldn’t really wake up with a stiff sore back. Even if you train at a high athletic level. After seven or eight hours of good sleep you should wake-up refreshed not stiff and sore. A stiff sore low back is evidence that you moved you low back too much the day before. Today’s video share some insights as to why and how to start eliminating that morning low back stiffness.