So many people suffer from lower back pain. Reports say that over 80% of adults experience lower back pain at some point in their life. Most just live with it, hoping it will go away with time. But if it doesn’t go away on its own, or if you don’t want to experience this pain at all (and you shouldn’t have to), then this is for you.
You know, seeing a doctor is important. And everyone who gives advice says “ask your doctor” so they don’t get sued! I personally avoid doctors until I can see no other way to fix the problem. And I know many people are just like me and simply WON’T go to a doctor. So if you and I are alike in this regard… I believe this will help.
Here are three key points I want to make, and then you decide…
1. Lower back muscle stretches: There are certain muscles that cause lower back pain. Stretch these and lower back pain will ease, stretch them the right way and you will even BANISH lower back pain!
Stretching is one of the best things we can do for our bodies: Stretching relieves tension, knots, tightness, spasms, and pain. By stretching, the body strengthens itself and heals itself from, and prevents, injuries. Stretching the muscles is very similar to a certain type of strength-building exercise called “isometrics.”
2. Muscle strengthening: The term “iso” means “same”, and “metrics” means “distance” (as in meters or metric system). Now, I use isometrics to strengthen my whole body. One of the most surprising results I found was this: in the mornings, my body “wanted” to do some of the isometric exercises, just like our bodies just naturally “want” to do a morning yawn and stretch. At first I was quite surprised, but then I realized that since isometrics is the most natural way to exercise the body, people have probably been using exercises like these for centuries… Because once the body tastes these stretches, the body just desires these isometric stretches. In fact, many isometric exercises LOOK like simple stretches. When my son first saw me doing my isometrics he told me they looked like stretches.
3. Increase blood circulation: Isometric stretches increases blood flow. And better circulation is another key in eliminating lower back pain. The blood removes toxins from the tissues and brings natural healing compounds to those same tissues.
So this is the bottom line for me: the best lower back pain stretches are what’s known as “isometric stretches.” But I want you to hear about my friend, Paul. He is a personal fitness trainer and suffered from lower back pain. He used isometrics to eliminate that pain, and even developed great strength in his back. Paul says, “Luckily for me, I stumbled across forgotten fitness techniques that not only transformed my back from a broken twisted train wreck, to the one that was not only pain free, but so strong… unbelievable back strength with postural muscles like steel cables.”
Do you want to be pain-free? Check out my blog at http://isometricman.blogspot.com for free information and tips on the best lower back pain stretches. You really can banish pain forever.
Christopher Genz is an avid isometric muscle training system practitioner and promoter of isometrics as the best lower back pain stretches.
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