Category Archives: How To Exercise

Best Stretches For Hip Pain – Increase Your Movement and Mobility

By | December 4, 2018

  When things are not working in your hip region, it can be DEBILITATING. Anything from “sitting” to “walking” can cause your hips to just flat out hurt, and the result of that is even less comforting… Your lower back takes on all the pain and stress. Your lumbar spine has one more responsibility to take care of.… Read More »

Swimming With A Bad Back – Is It Good For You?

By | November 29, 2018

We’re about to get close to ice cool today! Even with this being such a hot topic of discussion for the past 15 years, there will be no more room for assuming after we’re finished. Swimming is a hot topic because so many people with and without back pain don’t have a single hint about what it really… Read More »

How To Get Rid Of A Lower Back Pain – Your Path To A New You

By | October 6, 2018

The #1 diagnosed condition and cause for missed days at work as of 2018 is lower back pain. Over 80% of the worldwide population will of experienced a lower back pain at least once in their lives, with just slightly over 22% of acute cases turning into chronic pain. But what is more surprising is how its label… Read More »

How To Exercise With Lower Back Pain and Sciatica – Move With Ease

By | September 22, 2018

With over 80% of the worldwide population battling with lower back pain, shouldn’t that be enough? Sometimes it’s not the end. About 22% of the people will enter the chronic and sciatica stages. There’s no metal detector, not even an alarm to alert you where and when your next ache is coming from. But why? That’s because the most… Read More »

Sciatica Nerve Pelvic Pain – Pain Relief

By | September 13, 2018

Sciatica is the given name to the irritation of the sciatic nerve that pinches all through your lower back. Whether you’ve heard it from your doctor or an expert like myself, everything is true…your nerves will not give mercy to anything in its way. The range in pain can go from mild to severe sharp like pain. Sciatica… Read More »

Knee Pain Swelling Treatment – The Best Approach

By | August 31, 2018

“He goes right, he turns left. Watch him bend back and move forward”,​ Now that’s the sound of an active person if you asked me. Our bodies can handle to from 43.5 to 58 psi! That’s a relatively large amount of force acting on even your most strong and fit joints. As much as being active is gods gift to giving you your greatest chance at… Read More »

How To Exercise With Joint Pain – Regain Your Stability

By | August 15, 2018

What’s a joint pain have to do with exercising? Nearly every single living movement. The joint swelling, the stiffness and fatigue experienced with a joint pain is far more than enough to sit your bum and lay your body down. But don’t let a bed or a couch fool you. Not necessarily does less movement mean avoiding the… Read More »

Yoga For Lower Back Pain Relief – Improve Your Durability

By | July 27, 2018

There’s time in which lower back pain can come from an accident, or a specific condition, but it can also come from a sedentary lifestyle. Many of use sit at our desk all day, ride in our vehicles for a longer duration of our day, or just sit on our coach more than we’re supposed to – all… Read More »

Best Lower Back Pain Stretches – Strength And Flexibility First

By | July 23, 2018

Sometimes the last thing we want to do is stretch. I KNOW the feeling… You wake up, go to work, come back home, go to sleep, and in the middle of all that now you’re supposed to stretch? “But I’m tired.” Sound taxing when you think about it, but it’s way easier than we make it be. and… Read More »

How To Fix Muscle Imbalance – Regain Your Balance

By | July 19, 2018

It’s reported that 80% of people will experience “a” lower back pain at least once in their lives, and this is just worsening from “decade to decade.” You might have heard it in the news, seen it on google, or maybe on TV, but for those of us who haven’t- It’s so bad, it’s ranked the #1 leading cause for missed days… Read More »