Today I want to share a little tip about the hips. Sitting for a long time every day, the buttocks muscles are under pressure, and walking will not necessarily use the buttocks correctly. Now there are not many opportunities to use the stairs to go up and down, as a result, the muscles are used less.
The hip muscles affect the lumbar spine, the pelvis in the middle, and the knee joint. Pain can be caused by the imbalance of the left and right hip muscles. Therefore, improving the strength of the hip muscles (gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and gluteus minimus) is not only for weight loss, but for health. When you get older, your muscle strength decreases, and different physical problems appear, some people may call it degeneration. Is it impossible to deal with degradation? If you can act, it is not too late to start at any time.
My mission is to hope that everyone can improve their physical cognition, practice correctly, and improve the quality of life in the long run. Every day, I see elderly people suffering from knee pain, pelvic pain, and low back pain that affect their normal life.
Today’s tip is that when sitting, it’s best to pull the hip muscles away at a 45-degree oblique angle. The sit bones on both sides are equally stressed, which supports the spine better, and the hips are not easy to deform. If sitting with a curved back and combing, the coccyx will be stressed, which is easy to cause pain. In addition, if you have a bent back when sitting in the pelvis, it is best to use a high school to keep the pelvis in the correct position and reduce the force on the tailbone. This is an important point that reminds everyone in every class. Imagine the long-term impact of every minute of sitting on the body. It will not be too late to change from today.
Next time I will share with you that long sitting causes tenderness in the sulcus of the thigh.
Atisha-Yo Jin Exercise