Sunday, January 18, 2009


How Strong Are you? If you're not getting stronger you're getting weaker.

I see a lot of people who complain about a sore back, neck or shoulders. Most of them don't have a strength training program.

It's hard to keep your body in good alignment if you don't have a good strength training program.

At I outline two ways you can improve the strength of your musculo-skeletal ecosystem - and an ecosystem it is, with muscles in one part of your body working to align or misalign bones in another part.

(This is the revolutionary principle on which the Fix Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain ebooks are based.)


1. You can improve your strength in the gym. At I show you a simple, time efficient program containing the key exercises you need to do to get your body back into alignment.

2. You can also improve your strength at home.

I'll let you in on a secret; start doing situps, pressups and squats. If you're diligent you'll be able to do more in a month's time than you can do now.

You can learn more about these programs by getting a copy of the Fix Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain ebooks on this link to

You'll be able to make an assessment of how strong you are.

In the mean time, stay tuned, highly tuned and remember a big problem could have been solved easily when it was a small problem.

John Miller

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How to help back pain with a 10 minute exercise program

10 Minute exercise program for Back Pain, Neck Pain and Shoulder Pain

10 minute breaks

Working sitting down in an office can be a dangerous occupation, particularly when it comes to back, neck and shoulder pain.

When you sit down all day muscles become weaker and tighter.

In particular, as your hamstring and buttock muscles become tighter, your pelvis is pulled backwards and out of alignment; you lose the nice 'S' shape of your spinal column. It becomes a 'C' shape.

Bones in your vertebrae get taken out of alignment all the way up to your head.

You feel the pain in ligaments, tendons and muscles. Eventually discs get pinched, the gel squeezes out and hits your spinal column.

When that happens it hurts to sneeze and cough. Yourre in constant pain.

You rush off to a therapist for a rub down, ray lamp, crunch and an electric shock, usually at the spot where it hurts.

You come away with a warm feeling under your shirt but a few days later the pain has come back; you're not getting stronger or looser.

One of the things you can do to prevent this from happening – and to restore poor function to good if it's already happened - is to spend 10 minutes at work every day doing some of the exercises outlined in the Fix Back, Neck and Shoulder Pain ebooks.

The books cost less than half the price of a trip to your therapist.

The 10 minutes of exercises doesn't cost anything at all. It's a lasting investment.

In the mean time, stay tuned, highly tuned and remember, nothing was ever achieved without effort.

John Miller

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