Tag: back pain (page 1 of 2)

Merging Foundation Training With Hillfit

Regular readers of this site know that I am a proponent of High Intensity Training (HIT) and that the bodyweight approach I discuss the most is the Hillfit program. As great as that routine is there is one exercise … [continue reading]

Back Pain, Headaches and Stress

It isn’t very often that a true insight into our own health hits, but I believe I had one a few weeks ago.

Longtime readers of this blog know that I tackled and overcame my back pain issues years ago. … [continue reading]

Foundation Training is the Real Deal

Back in April, I received an excellent recommendation from Tezza in the comments.

You might want to try some exercises by a guy named Eric Goodman (Foundation Training). They seem to be more related to the lower back but

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Sarno, Back Pain and Coffee?

It has been a while since I did a post on Back Pain. Honestly, I thought I said everything I needed to say on the topic. For those new to the site, let me quickly recap my background with back … [continue reading]

Back Pain and Back Exercises

In the post Psychology of Back Pain, I touched on the work of Dr. Sarno that connects stress to back pain. If you haven’t read that post, go do so now. A primary strategy for addressing back pain is … [continue reading]

I No Longer Give a Squat About The Squat

Last year I said my goodbyes to the classic weight lifting exercise the bench press in the post My Bench Press Sucks and I Don’t Care. In that post, I listed 5 reasons why I no longer do the … [continue reading]