Pain relief from strengthening your muscles? You bet!
A body that is strong and balanced has much less pain and functions better.
I get letters and emails from people all over the world who took action when they started to understand how their bodies work. They started to understand that maybe they could become pain-free naturally. The key is: They took action.
They took steps to feel better rather than relying on their doctor to do “the push-ups” for them. (You can’t hire someone to do your push-ups.)
Here’s a letter from Garry Allen. Garry “got it” when he read some of my articles. He understood. He wrote previously to tell me he had found a massage therapist who helped a tremendous amount and had relieved a lot of his symptoms of muscle pain. Continue reading “You Can Get Muscle Pain Relief With Simple Strengthening!”
If you have back pain, you’ve probably heard that you should do sit-ups. While strong abdominal (stomach) muscles are good, sit-ups can be not so good. Here’s why:
- Your abdomen is basically the “front of your back.” Some of the muscles that attach to your spine are actually accessible through your soft abdomen by a trained massage or muscle therapist. Sometimes the muscles in the “front of your back” are the ones that cause your lower back pain.
- When you do sit-ups, the movement removes the natural curve from your lower back; it makes it flatter. The curve is good–it’s there for a reason.
- When you do sit-ups, it’s easy to strain your neck muscles.
- Sit-ups shorten your abdominal muscles. Short muscles in front help flatten your lower back and take away your natural curve. Short muscles in the front of your body make it harder to keep good posture. Good posture helps prevent back pain.
What are some safer Continue reading “Avoid Back Pain By Skipping Sit-Ups And Crunches”