About this course
If you've got a bad low back, it's likely you're just weak. Sorry. But you can increase your low back strength and eliminate the constant, nagging, low back pain you experience.
The Client understands that the Coach is not acting in the capacity of a doctor, licensed dietician-nutritionist, psychologist or other licensed or registered professional, and that any advice given by the Coach is not meant to take the place of advice by these professionals. If the Client is under the care of a healthcare professional or currently uses prescription medications, the Client should discuss any dietary changes or potential dietary supplements use with his or her doctor, and should not discontinue any prescription medications without first consulting his or her doctor.
Most low back pain is a result of neglect, weakness and just being de-conditioned. But it is certainty possible you have real injury that requires professional diagnosis.
I am not diagnosing you. Use this lesson to help self-diagnose to determine if this course is for you. if in doubt, seek out professional help.
This is my bad back story.
Get your baseline low back strength to determine what level you should start at.
Progress through the different levels at your own pace. Advance when you achieve the training goal for each level.
How to move through the program.
If your hold time is 30 seconds or less, start a Level I.
If your hold time is greater than 30 seconds, start at Level II.
You will train every other day in Level III. So Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, Tuesday, etc.
You will train three times a week in Level IV. So Monday, Wednesday, Friday or Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.
You will train two days a week in Level V with at least 2 days rest between training days. So Tuesday and Friday, Monday and Thursday or Wednesday and Sunday.
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