Perform a google/search?q=trapezius+gluteal
and you might notice that professionals in many walks of the medical and fitness communities consistently cite weakness in the trapezius
muscles as a major source of neck, back and general body pain.
Think about your own daily #techlife and the crazy repetitive stress that we all endure from typing, sitting and staring at computer screens.
This repetitive stress generally leaves the gluteus and trapezius muscles underdeveloped (or developed in very inbalanced ways) and incapable of supporting natural, happy human movement. These weaknesses, left to the ravages of time, get multiplied to the 'n-th' degree and represent a major source of the muscular inbalances that produce back, neck and body pain.