Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Low Back Pain Exercises

Whenever I conduct a CrookBack Clinic, I find that around 50% of people have some sort of musculo-skeletal complaint.

Most of these people have bodies that are out of alignment. Some muscles are too tight, some are too weak. That's the bad news.

The good news is that by doing the right exercises there's a good chance those bodies can get back into better alignment. The pain goes away.

Many of the people I see are lacking in strength. In fact the best predictor I know of risk of a crook back is your ability to do pressups.

I see a lot of people with sore necks, shoulders and wrists who don't have a regular and systematic training program. I've got a special suite of exercises for these three dysfunctions.

Anyway to cut a long story short, the ebooks that I've got for you will take you through the likely cause of your dysfunction and provide you with a wide range of exercises designed to restore poor function to good.

Is this a quick fix? Nope.

Is this a quack fix? Nope.

Does it require any effort? Yes and no.

Surprisingly many of the most beneficial exercises I've got for you can be done on the floor while you're watching TV.

The strength training program does, however need some effort.

Gradually over the weeks and months you can strengthen weak muscles and loosen tight muscles. Gradually, millimetre by millimetre your body will get back into better alignment. Stronger muscles will support it in better alignment.

When that happens there's a very good chance your pain will go away.

Here's the link to the Global Back Care website.

If you've got friends, relatives or work colleagues with musculo-skeletal pain, flick them a copy of this blog. They'll be glad you did.

If you live anywhere in Australia and workplace would like me to come in and run a series of CrookBack Clinics drop me a line.

If you live in Canberra and would like a personal consultation I'd love to hear from you.

In the meantime stay tuned, highly tuned and start doing situps and pressups.

John Miller

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