Back Strength Overview
Many people will experience back pain at some point in their lives. Unfortunately the aches and pains are often neglected until it’s too late. Sound familiar? Lucky for you, your back pain can be alleviated with proper care. Research has shown that focusing on your deep core and overall core strength training can alleviate lower back pain.
Bulletproof Your Back and say goodbye to back pain for good
How does this program help you?*
- Improve Core Weakness
- Stiff/Tight Lower Back
- Post Back Injury
- Full Body Strength
- Back Pain Prevention
- Injury Prevention
- Hip or Pelvic Pain
- Posture Improvement
Your back strength program will be tailored to your specific needs, complete with:
- 8 week progressive strength program (increasing in difficulty every week)
- Private Pilates playlist to exercise alongside
- 100% online – access anytime, anywhere
- Minimal equipment
- Sequential videos emailed to you every week
- Bonus videos to optimise your sitting and standing posture
Total investment just $107 (valued at $366).
*While this program can help many types of people improve their back pain and overall strength, it is not recommended for everyone. Do not proceed with this program if you are one of the following:
- Anyone currently suffering with pain / pins & needles / numbness below the knee
- Anyone who has had spinal / abdominal surgery within the past 12 months
- Anyone who has acute, more severe or constant back pain symptoms
- If unsure if this program is for you, please seek advice from your treating practitioner.
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