Sacroiliac (SI) joint instabilities are among the common problems people face and they go hand-in-hand with low back and leg pain.
This week, I want to show you how to perform the DonTigny Knee Reach, the most effective exercise I’ve found in my long career for stabilizing SI joint instabilities. (Richard DonTigny is one of the leading experts on the SI joint.)
An important factor in creating stability in the SI joint that most people don’t know: Having a healthy abdominal wall and pelvic floor. Unfortunately, most people are unable to activate their abdominal wall naturally due to back pain or unresolved back injuries.
It only takes 6 pounds of pressure to stabilize the SI joint, but if you don’t have an abdominal wall that’s functional that creates problems not only for the joint but in other areas of your body too.
Want to learn more corrective exercises like the DonTigny Knee Reach? Check out my courses on Scientific Back Training, Scientific Core Conditioning and Program Design in the CHEK Shop.
Love and chi,