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      10-08-2020, 02:23 PM   #23
davidr3
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Listen to floridaorange he knows what he's talking about. Usually it's the piriformis, even more so if you don't exactly have back issues. There's always the possibility of compression though. Strengthen your abs, and back. Stretch out glutes, including the piriformis, lower back, core, and for good measure i'd work on your hips too. Instabilities can really throw you out of wack.

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