- May 21, 2011
That and crap ergonomics. At least at a desk you can have your leg and foot placement fairly even. Not so with driving. Plus the way your hips are pulled in different directions while also being fixed into a seat when you go around corners, if that makes sense.So inactivity of the body part on the job is a better predictor of developing pain.
I do some 90/90 variations every morning and before lifting, and it absolutely helps. Not a silver bullet by any means, but certainly helpful.Vonmeister thinks mobility exercises are bunk but there are reasons why they work for people with pain and without enough mobility.