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Blessed Mama's Blurbs: Low Back Pain Program eBook Review

Friday, October 17, 2014

Low Back Pain Program eBook Review




Book Name: Low Back Pain Program
Author: Sherwin Nicholson
Length: 16,240 words


Learn how to self treat chronic lower back pain easily and safely with this fully illustrated, instructional, low impact, pain-safe, exercise guide long term.

The majority of cases of chronic lower back pain are either directly related to, or worsened by specific muscle weaknesses and imbalances.

This specifically designed guide carefully teaches the correct methods to move, train and strengthen your body to properly relieve back pain. It uses non-surgical, non-medicinal, and safe methods for all ages and difficulties. It will help with your current pain, to prevent the return of pain, and to reduce your dependency on medication and surgery.

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I knew from the moment I spotted this book that I wanted to review it for personal reasons. I have been going through some major back pain for the last 9 years. I suffer from a spinal condition known as Spondylolisthesis. Although I know the stuff in this book cannot cure my problem, it can help relieve some of the pain.

In order to ever properly relieve back pain, you have to get yourself into gear to WANT to do so. You have to put on the proper mindset to get it done and done right or else you'll fail. No doing it a few times and then setting the book down.

This book offers a program of exercises by to ease back pain. From gentle to challenging, you are sure to find something exercise wise to do for your specific needs. The best part is the levels work with you. As you progress through the program, the exercises become gradually more challenging.

Seeing progress in your back will take some time. It's not one of those "it'll happen overnight" programs. You have to put forth the effort to see any kind of change. Starting out with a little bit at a time can eventually lead to bigger things later. Be patient and take your time.

The levels of exercises are as follows: limited mobility, progressive, challenging, maintenance and supportive. Right now I am within the limited mobility range. I have started with the Stair Step and Crunch exercises. I have seen some change in my back and other areas of my body.

This book offers the reader clear pictures and directions to follow. I had no issues whatsoever with trying out a few of the exercises mentioned. The only issue I did have is that my back wasn't ready for some of them.

One of the best things this book offers is progress charts. Who doesn't love those? It's always good to have something like that practically in your face as not only to show your efforts but to see how far you've come and as a reminder.

I enjoyed reading this book and plan on using more exercises down the road as I move along. As I mentioned earlier, this book is in no way a cure for my back condition. Unfortunately, I will ALWAYS have this back condition but I know I can do something to help alleviate the pain and this program is part of it.


I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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