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      10-11-2020, 10:46 AM   #24
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Join Date: Apr 2017
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As others have said. Piriformis, iliopsoas, and glute med. keep those stretched and strong. kegel exercises can help as well for general muscle imbalance in the lower back and core. I rowed competitively in college and had back issues along the way. Ended up with a herniation years later (due to improper clean and jerk set) with bad sciatica that required surgery but that resolved it. I have now been practicing martial arts for some years and have had a recent bout with sciatica that was related to glute med issues from kicking. Easy to think the worse when things like that happen but unless you have had serious trauma i have found it's generally related to something being tight and/or weak. Be patient and keep searching and you will be fine.
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