Are you having back pain after rock climbing for hours on end? Or, maybe you get back pain intermittently when you are in certain positions, after you’ve done multiple sit starts, while bouldering, or high stepping. You are not alone.
Low back pain has been identified as the single leading cause of disability worldwide. As much as 80% of the population will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Of those who have been treated for back pain, 85% will have a recurrence of pain within 1 year and will go on to develop chronic low back pain.
To read more about what causes low back pain during climbing and tips on what you can do to reduce your back pain, see the full article here: