Without fundamental movement the body compensates in order to continue to do the tasks we ask it to, which in turn leads to poor biomechanics, imbalance, and asymmetry. If the body has imbalances or asymmetries then it is at a higher risk for injury. No one likes to be injured.
When we start asking the bigger questions, it is a sign that you are ready for the next step in your life, which is exciting!
Back pain can suck the joy out of your days for weeks, months, even years.
MYTH #1 Rest is the Best Thing for Pain Management– Studies have shown managing back pain with movement, such as light stretching, exercising or a short walk to keep you limber, is better than resting a bad back. MYTH #2 Losing Weight is the Best Back Prevention– Losing weight is great, but being overweight is just one factor among many that can contribute to back pain. Other risk factors include age (general wear and tear over a...