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Dan Bryant

Discover How Posture Has a Direct Impact on Your Back Pain

Published on
May 28, 2020

“A good stance and posture reflect a proper state of mind.”

Founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba


If you want to get rid of back pain forever, this could be the most important and exhilarating message you’ll ever read.

My name is Dan Bryant, and a few years back, I suffered from back pain.
I had to stop all impact sports and doing lightweights in the gym felt uncomfortable and demotivating. 

Did you know sitting for long periods of time affects your posture by overworking muscles not normally used to stabilize the spine?
Over time, the overworked muscles weaken, become inflamed, tighten, and begin to hurt.

Poor posture is one of the leading causes of back and neck pain. 

Initially, you can get away with poor posture because your body will compensate. 

While one set of muscles becomes strained and overstretched, the opposing muscles become shorter and tighter.
This imbalance will inevitably result in back pain sooner or later.

The best way to remedy this problem is to do simple exercises that stimulate “strength stabilizing” muscles that become more resistant to long periods of work.

To help you out, I had a PDF created with 4 simple exercises you can do to help reduce back pain.
Some people pay two sessions of physical therapy to get the exercises recommended in this PDF.

Even if you don’t suffer from back pain, these exercises done regularly will help improve muscle tone and posture, preventing back and neck pain.

You can download it here with no obligation.

Enjoy

Discover How Posture Has a Direct Impact on Your Back Pain

“A good stance and posture reflect a proper state of mind.”

Founder of Aikido, Morihei Ueshiba


If you want to get rid of back pain forever, this could be the most important and exhilarating message you’ll ever read.

My name is Dan Bryant, and a few years back, I suffered from back pain.
I had to stop all impact sports and doing lightweights in the gym felt uncomfortable and demotivating. 

Did you know sitting for long periods of time affects your posture by overworking muscles not normally used to stabilize the spine?
Over time, the overworked muscles weaken, become inflamed, tighten, and begin to hurt.

Poor posture is one of the leading causes of back and neck pain. 

Initially, you can get away with poor posture because your body will compensate. 

While one set of muscles becomes strained and overstretched, the opposing muscles become shorter and tighter.
This imbalance will inevitably result in back pain sooner or later.

The best way to remedy this problem is to do simple exercises that stimulate “strength stabilizing” muscles that become more resistant to long periods of work.

To help you out, I had a PDF created with 4 simple exercises you can do to help reduce back pain.
Some people pay two sessions of physical therapy to get the exercises recommended in this PDF.

Even if you don’t suffer from back pain, these exercises done regularly will help improve muscle tone and posture, preventing back and neck pain.

You can download it here with no obligation.

Enjoy

 Download The 4 Best Strength Stabilizer Exercises PDF 

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