Low Back Pain & Running: Wall Plank Knee Highs
Does your lower back get sore from running or sports that involve running? Are your core and hip flexor muscles weak? Is your hip movement altered?
This exercise may be helpful. Start by doing a posterior pelvic tilt to flatten your lower back and keep the inner core muscles engaged below your belly button to stabilize this posture. Going into a plank position on the wall, bring one knee in a straight line up towards your chest and then lower it back down.
Repeat this on the other side while alternating each knee to chest doing a total of 10 repetitions for each side. Perform a total of 3 sets of 10 repetitions for each side.
If you have any pain during the exercise or are unsure about what you are doing, consult your local Physiotherapist before continuing.