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Important Information Concerning Severe Back Muscle Pain by Lucy J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 Oct 2011 1:18am There really isn't much in the way of pain that compares to severe back muscle pain. The back pain is felt in the muscle and it can attack the upper or lower part of the back. Severe back muscle pain can bring you down in a heart beat and keep you down. Why? The back is what holds our bodies up. Holding up the body incorrectly can cause se ... Read on »
Deadlift To Strengthen Low Back Muscles by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 06 Oct 2009 6:00pm 1 Comment The deadlift will add thickness and stability to your low back muscles (among many benefits). The deadlift is probably seen as a grunting, strongman contest-type exercise, but it should be a part of your sports fitness training program..... 1) It works many large muscle groups including the latissimus dorsi, trapezius, erector spinae, glute ... Read on »
BACK PAIN APP FOR CORE BACK MUSCLES... by Barmac Posted Fri 23 Sep 2011 1:19pm Strengthen core back muscles while you sit. This is a back app chair which they say is much better for your back than ordinary office chairs. It has a unique training of core muscles (patented technology.) It gives you a better posture than when on ordinary office chairs. You will feel less strain, and less fatigue ... Read on »
How to Train Your Back Muscles by Project Swole Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Mar 2010 12:00am Trying to build a rippling, powerful, V-shaped back? Trying to max out rear-view sexiness for bikini season? If you said “Yes!” then you should use these tips for isolating your back muscles when training with pull-ups, pull-downs, and rows. When training your back, use a hook grip instead of wrapping your th ... Read on »
Don't Neglect Your Back Muscles During Workouts by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 09 May 2008 11:33am It is safe to say that the weakest link for most people's body is the core. And, it is equally safe to say that one of the top neglected training areas for many people are the back muscles (part of the core). So, it is no surprise that 80%-90% of adults have had or do have back problems (especially low back pain or trauma). As a personal tra ... Read on »
Don't Neglect Your Back Muscles During Workouts by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:30pm It is safe to say that the weakest link for most people's body is the core. And, it is equally safe to say that one of the top neglected training areas for many people are the back muscles (part of the core). So, it is no surprise that 80%-90% of adults have had or do have back problems (especially low back pain or trauma). As a pe ... Read on »
Train your back muscles by aerobixqueen Posted Mon 23 Apr 2012 6:11am Hello there,   I just came upon this great blog posting on training your back muscles; Latissimus Dorsi, Trapezius, and Erector spinae. Great pictures and tips on training your back.   Check it out here:  http://blog.fitnessvtc.com/2011/07/12/jamess-back-attack-how-to-get-a-solid-well-defined-proportioned-back/   What ... Read on »
How Does An Exercise Ball Help To Strengthen My Core Back Muscles? by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Fri 09 Jul 2010 6:01am Using things like an exercise ball or a wobble board are great tools to help build and strengthen core stabilizer muscles. If you have used an exercise ball to do reps of crunches you know that not only will you have to sue your abdominals, but you also have to balance yourself or you’ll fall over. All of the little muscles you have t ... Read on »
Runner Therapy: Stretches for Deep Lower Back Muscles by irunnerblog Posted Thu 19 Apr 2012 11:13am Child's pose Question for Runner Therapy: Can you recommend deep lower back muscles stretches? Marisa from Runner Therapy Says: The lower back is my nemesis professionally. Not just because it is the subject of the most annoying questions I get at dinner parties and casual meetings…”Oh , your a physical therapist? I have this lower b ... Read on »
Exercises to strengthen lower back muscles by Fitho Posted Tue 17 Mar 2009 12:00am In our previous article, we talked about how improving your posture can help you get slimmer instantly. To help you improve your posture, try these exercise to strengthen your lower back. Here are some simple exercises that help: - Run: Yes, among the many benefits of running, it helps to strengthen your lower back muscles, and improve your ... Read on »