Lower back pain exercise method sheet

I work with a variety of clientele who all share one thing in common…

…they all experience back pain

It can be difficult to find a health professional who understands not only the route of your issue but can also correct it! 

Recently an insurance company hired us to help one of their clients to recover from a major motor vehicle incident. Initially the client underwent intensive physio and then their insurance searched for a personal trainer, movement coach or exercise professional to finish the job to a high standard, ensuring no further injury. 

When approached, to give the insurance company a better understanding of how and why our methods work, we created a method sheet

This client’s situation is particularly complex because of the circumstances of the incident. This meant that the training plan we designed should encompass every muscle group, with particular attention directed towards the core and also the legs. 

We shared training ideas from our sister company, 4Core fitness

4Core fitness generally deals with group personal training. We wanted to ensure this client had a wide range of workout recovery methods!

Using one of our favourite and most versatile tools, the MaceBell, we significantly improved his core strength abilities alongside his grip ability. 

The stability ball and Bosu ball are important tools used to create unstable environments (also, check out the Free Form board) within rehabilitation training. Exercising or even just balancing on unstable environments helps to co-ordinate muscles and nerves! Taking the time to realign your body is important for even the most basic of day-to-day chores. These balls also assist with stretching and strengthening. It can be difficult to get the hang of using these tools at first but with a little practise, they are great fun!

We also spent time using resistance bands and cable machine weights which are again, great for practising stability but also for training isolated muscle groups! Using these tools notably increase the range of motion within a muscle whilst significantly reducing the risk of injury. Incredibly, within 4 personal training sessions he had already experienced some pain relief! 

Many people search for solutions to their pain and aches

We combine 24 exercises to screen movements and in return we reveal faults, imbalance or over activation! By screening clients we create a better understanding of why the body hurts and where the problem originated from.

Before you click the link and view our method sheet, you must understand one thing… in terms of exercise and routine, there is no such thing as ‘one fits all’. However, the exercises located on the main training plan can be used by anyone except those that have a slipped or herniated disc. 

If you do suffer from a slipped or herniated disc, please find out which direction you can flex and extend (consult your doctor) without aggravating the affected area!

We often use very similar exercise tools for different cases, ranging from simple to complex. Our mission is always to find the source of a faulty movement, which affects the painful area! 

Surprisingly, the problem is not always in the same place as the initial injury!

If you or anyone you know is having difficulty solving a movement issue, they probably have not tried us yet! 

If we think we can’t help you, we always tell you instead of trying and not succeeding.

We also offer a money back guarantee!

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