Thursday, June 4, 2009

Exercise For Back Pain

Exercise for back pain is by far the most effective way of relieving back pain.

If you want to relieve back pain the first principle you need to be mindful of is;
it's muscles that take bones out of alignment.

That's the bad news. The symptom that that's happened is pain. The pain is telling you to get back into alignment.

The good news is that it's muscles, properly strengthened and loosened that will assist your bones to get back into better alignment. The pain goes away.

The second principle is that the cause of the pain is rarely at the site of the pain. This means that the crunch, rub down and 'electric shock' at the point where it hurts doesn't fix the cause of the misalignment.

For most people the cause of the misalignment is tight calf, hamstring and buttock muscles - coupled with weak muscles on the front and back of their body.

If you go to and get a copy of the 'Fix Back Pain' ebook I'll outline the exercises you need to do to square yourself up.

The third principle is that it's a big ask expecting to get better by having someone do something to you; sooner or later you have to do something to yourself.

This means that while the crunch, the rub down and the 'electric shock' may ease the pain for a while, the real fix will be the exercises you do on a regular and systematic basis.

One thing you can't do is sub-contract your exercise program!

If you go to
you'll gain more insight into the cause of your dysfunction.

You'll be able to download the free ebook,

You'll also be able to purchase a copy of the ebook. 'Fix back Pain' in which you'll get shown some of the key exercises you need to do to get your body back into alignment; exercises like the hip crossover, the buttock stretch and the sit-up-straight exercise.

If you do these exercises every night while watching TV or reading a book, in 6 to 8 weeks you might suddenly find that your back feels a lot better.

I'll show you the four great strength exercises you can do at home and a general strength training program at the gym.

That's what happened to me. I had a crook back, it hurt to sneeze and cough. I had trouble putting on my socks and leaning over the basin to brush my teeth. When I sneezed and coughed it felt like someone was sticking a red hot poker in my back.

If you're reading this you'll know what I'm talking about. You've probably got sciatica as well.

I started doing the exercises every night. 8 weeks later, fixed. That was 9 years ago, and while I'm not 97% fat free, I'm happy to report that I'm 97% pain free.

So, if you're looking for exercises for back pain, go to

John Miller

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