CAUSES OF BUTT SYNDROME
The many causes of yoga butt or dead butt syndrome
While holding a pose, you may end up overusing and stressing your hamstrings and lack of adequate rest after a yoga session may further strain the tendons. These could be factors behind the pain in your butt, which may also impact your lower back region as well.
While performing a yoga pose, you more often than not challenge your body to stretch to its maximum limits, which may cause overexertion of various joints and muscle groups. Yoga practitioners, when trying to pull away proximal hamstrings tendon from the sit bones region, get subjected to overstretching.
Poses such as lunges, downward dog, or warrior pose apply direct pressure to the proximal hamstring tendon. Therefore, you should be careful that you are not putting too much stress as it may cause an injury.
Exerzising or practicing yoga inconsistently can hamper flexibility, bodily form and muscle memory. This inconsistency can lead to pain in the butt, joints and critical muscle groups such as thighs, back and shoulders as the body needs to be consistently engaged to ensure adequate blood circulation and adherence to proper exercise/yoga form.
5. Repeating or overdoing
Hamstrings can suffer from injury if they are repeatedly used even after you experience mild soreness or pain. Hence, it is important that you monitor such symptoms closely and take your workout(s) slow and steady to avoid serious injuries and discomfort.
So, now you know what a yoga butt is and how you can avoid getting injured by simply being vigilant of the pain and soreness you experience. In case of heightened discomfort and pain, consult a medical professional urgently.ca