Outsmarting Low Back Pain
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Self-Assessment. Make some observations about how you move and what your habitual posture tends to be. Tracking your findings on a checklist and putting yourself into one of three "movement bias" categories introduces self-awareness and clarifies your individual postural style. Video clip here is a sampling of movements from throughout the whole program.

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Bracing Your Back. Learn to access and control the core stabilizing muscles of your back. Coordinating your core with movements of your pelvis and breath helps to decrease tension and strain in your lower back. Scientific studies have demonstrated the importance of these intersegmental stabilizers in reducing low back pain.

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Using Your Legs. Everyone knows they should use their legs to bend and lift, but what does that really mean? In this video you will learn to use your legs to control the movement and position your pelvis and the shape of your lower back. Your back will feel better and your legs and hips will be stronger and more flexible.

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Sitting, Bending, Standing and Lifting. Build on your improved awareness and newly learned movement skills by applying them to real life activity. Movement lessons are designed around postural control and on recognizing and controlling bending and lifting stresses...this section is awesome!

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Controlling Rotational Stressors. Recognize and control rotational stresses in both posture and movement. Continue using your legs to move and control your pelvis and back and coordinate with your core bracing. Practice fun drills to help apply new movement skills to daily life.

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Walking and Stairs. Recognize and control walking and climbing stresses. Blend control of arching movements with control of twisting and shearing movements. Review patterns of movement in some of the previous lessons that simulate walking.

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Middle and Low Back Relationships. Loosen up your mid back while keeping your low back stable. Improve postural ease and get more even distribution of movement along your spine.

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