could buy a light kettlebell and do some swings? Need to make sure your technique is good though[/quote]
you dont do a fuckin ballistic hinge movement when you’re recuperating from a back injury bro. SHIEETTTTTTTTttt
I know more about back rehab than you ever will.
And yes, you can absolutely do light kettlebell swings to rehab your back[/quote]
How much is a light kettlebell for you?[/quote]
something you can handle for sets of 20-30 reps. It’s more of a glute activation drill than anything.[/quote]
A kid with scoliosis, however minor, who doesn’t know how to lift is supposed to know the proper weight to use to perform a kettlebell swing?.. which is often incorrectly performed to an otherwise un-coached individual. [/quote]
Obviously he needs to do the exercise properly.
Light kettlebell swings can be used as a glute activation drill and to groove the hip hinge movement pattern, which is great for back rehab.
If you don’t agree with that then it’s just an agree to disagree situation at this point.