Staying injury-free in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu isn’t an easy task. More likely than not, you’ll hear a “pop” here and there – but the goal is to reduce the number of these pops and their severity. And, in order to do that, you’ll need to incorporate some prehab & injury prevention exercises into your training mix.
A lot of BJJ athletes experience lower back pain and/or stiffness… And that’s not good.
If you’re experiencing this problem as well, you should be looking for ways to solve it; otherwise, you risk chronic pain and injuries.
Jessie Salas shows a great exercise, based on the hip hinge movement, that will play a huge role in getting rid of your lower back pain:
Stop Feeling Sore, Tired, And Injured And Start Being Preventative With Your Injuries. It’s Time To Become Bulletproof For BJJ!
- Get grappling-specific exercise routines to build mobility, strength, grip, and core, with or without a gym
- This system was designed by BJJ brown and black belts and professional fitness gurus Joe Worthington and James Tomlinson
- Get different exercises, sets, reps, and more to keep your workouts fresh and dynamic: