2 “Quick Fix” Tips for Back Pain Relief

Anyone who’s ever suffered from back pain can vouch for the misery it causes.

Back pain keeps you from enjoying life, and can result in costly doctor visits, and potentially dangerous pain reliving drugs.

But there is good news!

Although certainly things such as injuries, muscle spasms, and osteoarthritis can cause back pain (and you need to consult with a medical professional, if any of these things apply, or just in general to be safe, before taking my advice!) …

Two other HUGE causes of back pain are poor posture, and a weak core … and these can be easily addressed.

Let’s start off with some tips for proper sitting posture:

– Sit with your back straight, shoulders back, and your butt touching the back of the chair.
– Distribute your body weight evenly on both hips.
– Keep your knees and hips even.
– Keep your feet flat on the floor.
– Stand up every 30 minutes to stretch your back.

These might seem like simple things, but they make a HUGE difference in keeping you healthy and pain free for the long term.

When it comes to strengthening your core, I recommend that you check out my Abdominal Annihilation program, included in the new PreHab Revolution package, on sale this week:

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In Total Body Abdominal Annihilation, you will discover the best, most effective kettlebell and body weight exercises and workouts to give you a strong, lean, defined set of abs.

You’ll learn how to safely and effectively perform awesome, NO crunch or sit up ab exercises like renegade rows, windmills, Janda sit ups, and much more. And you’ll also get killer total-body ab workouts that you can use as stand-alone sessions or tack on to your existing training program.

PreHab Revolution also includes:

– The Invincible Body Video Series
– FVT Flexibility / Mobility “Cheat Sheets”
– 70 Yoga Videos
– Dealing with Back Pain the Natural Way

But it’s on a “dime sale” – where the price goes up with each person that buys – for the next few days …

… so you should grab a copy as soon as you can if you’re interested, so that you can get the best price.

Here’s the link:

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To sum up, although certainly things such as injuries, muscle spasms, and osteoarthritis can cause back pain (and you need to consult with a medical professional, if any of these things apply, or just in general to be safe, before taking my advice!) …

Two other HUGE causes of back pain are poor posture, and a weak core … and these can be easily addressed.

I hope the tips in today’s article helps …

… and here’s to getting you some back pain relief! :)

– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Corrective Exercise Specialist
ForestVance.com

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