I first experienced low back pain when I was a Freshman in high school. I remember after a day of doing cleans with the football team, I couldn’t bend over to tie my shoe without excruciating pain. What I thought was a concern only for people with gray hair, was now a true priority in my life as an adolescent. The healing process was slow, physical therapist visits didn’t really seem to be doing anything, and the frustration just mounted. I couldn’t play football for a full month! I knew there must be a quicker and more efficient way to fix this. After all, it’s not like I knew any personal trainers in West Los Angeles to help me out 🙂
13 years later, it hit me. Don’t get injured in the first place.
Bulletproof. Your. Back.
Things you should know about low back pain:
- 60-75% of people with low back pain will have recurring low back pain
- Acute low back pain is NOT short-term
- Manipulations to the spine ONLY will alleviate the symptoms TEMPORARILY
- Corrective strategies are necessary to get the body out of dysfunctional postures and movement patterns that are influencing the low back pain
- You can and should exercise after acute back pain subsides
- Low back pain is most likely influenced from poor postural habits
- It’s not just a weak core issue and it’s not just a tightness or weakness issue
DON’T DO THIS PROGRAM IF…
- You have severe pain below the knee
- Developed low back pain following an accident
- Have developed bladder problems
- History of cancer or tumor
- Fever, high temperature, or started sweated as a result of the low back pain
What type of back do you have?
Flat Back AKA No Ass Syndrome
Military Back AKA Great Tush Syndrome