5 Tips To Avoid Back PainNov 24, 2020
You finish your morning workout where you feel a little discomfort in your low back but head to go brew your coffee and start making your children breakfast. Mom mode activated!
You go over your long to-do list for the day, answer a silly toddler question as they eat the last bite of eggs, and take your final swig of Joe before you head out the door to drop the kids off. You're driving along when all of a sudden your low back starts to ache. But you just turn on your seat warmers and hope the pain will go away...
You get back home and return to your WFH set up where you find yourself sitting at your desk for hours and almost missed lunch. You stand up to head to the kitchen but that nagging back pain is back. You decide not to workout tomorrow with the fear of it getting worse.
Does this sound familiar?
If it doesn’t, then you don’t need to listen to this podcast episode because you don’t need to hear my back pain tips, mama!
But chances are, you’ve been in this position before, and you know that there is something else going on that's causing your back to hurt. And the reason?
>>You’re looking at the back as the source of your pain.<<
In this episode, I’m going to give you 5 tips to avoid back pain so you can live life without physical limitations. If you’re ready to bring awareness to your daily habits and create balance in your body, click play >>HERE!<<
These tips are all about enhancing the way you hold your body, which is one of my favorite topics and top priorities as a core exercise specialist and busy mom! Speaking of holding your body…did you know that my unique training methods start with your posture? Yep...and friend, I want to teach you my ways.
In my upcoming free masterclass, I will show you 3 common mistakes I see my clients making so you:
- Can connect with your deep core
- Feel lengthened and empowered throughout your day
- Become stronger than before WITHOUT old-school training techniques
Register for 3 Mistakes You’re Making That Contribute to Back Pain, Diastasis Recti and Peeing Your Pants >>HERE<< and you’ll receive tons of other resources to help you get back to life's activities PAIN-FREE. I’ll see you there!
The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regimen or purchasing any product(s).