When learning to rollerblade, you may make the mistake of trying to skate with a stiff and straight back — which can result in back pain from tensed muscles and poor form, according to Get Rolling, a health and wellness website designed to address rollerbladers’ health needs. If you rollerblade for long periods of time, you also can experience swayback, where you create an unnatural curve in the back by sticking the buttocks out. These and possible previous back injuries can cause you to experience back pain when you rollerblade.

Livestrong posted an article about rollerblading and back pain. In the article they discuss stretching, strengthening and form. Read the full article at livestrong.com.

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Jan Welch

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