Houston Boot Camp - Putting an End to Back pain

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Most people at one time or another experience some type of back pain. And it's no fun. Back pain can really destroy your quality of life. Sadly, most people are the cause for their own back pain. From having poor posture to being over-weight, people can really eliminate a lot of their back problems. I have seen my own Houston Boot Camp clients fight back pain with the right sources and they actually elminiate it.

Maintaining a healthy weight range is one of the best ways for you to avoid placing any unnecessary stress on your back. Not sporting a fat gut will go a long way for you not having to place unnecessary stress on your lower back. Most people, especially men, with protruding bellies have severe back pain, due to all the stress that the weight of the belly places on the back in order to support it. I see many men in my Houston Boot Camp that have fat guts that just put way too much stress on their backs.

Having very weak stomach muscles is another factor that causes back pain. People who have a weak stomach, are allowing their back to take up all the work to support the upper body. This is way too much work for the lower back. Of course you can always strengthen your core muscles. You should work your core muscles between two to three times per week. As your stomach becomes stronger, your lower back stress will decrease greatly. At my Houston Boot Camp we work the core muscles about three times per week.

The third factor that causes back problems is poor posture. You would be surprised how many people have poor posture. At my Houston Boot Camp, the members who first join us, about 40% of them have bad posture. You should always stand totally erect and never bend over from the waist to lift anything. By working out regularly, and standing and seating correctly, you will be able to improve your posture greatly, therefore eliminating your back pain.

Lastly, stress can be a huge determinant of back pain. When people stress out their body becomes acidic, causing more and more tension throughout the body. And it's the back the neck that get the blunt end of all this stress. I have seen many of my own Houston Boot Camp clients get super tight backs simply because of stress. As I do in my Houston Boot Camp classes, I recommend you workout out on a regular basis.

You should be doing abdominal exercises at least two to three times per week to strengthen your core muscles. You should also lose weight and flatten your stomach out. Also, a great flexibility program will alleviate a lot of back tension. And of the best things you could ever do is see a chiropractor to make sure your back is in complete alignment. Follow these simple steps and you will have a much healthier back.

Make sure you find the right Houston Boot Camp, so you can get amazing results.  Once you start your Boot Camp training be sure to be consistent.

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