I Will Beat Back Pain - PART II Video Course

I Will Beat Back Pain - PART II Video Course

I Will Beat Back Pain - PART II Video Course

Are you suffering from chronic back stiffness, aches and discomfort that has hindered you from running your dream race?

This the right course for you.

If you've failed at getting your life back following a bout of back or leg pain in the past, it's not your fault. There's lots of information out there, and it can be confusing. Many times that information overload keeps you from success. It's okay.If you've been concerned in the past that you can't succeed at improving your back pain or sciatica, I want you to put those fears to rest. You can do this. You just need the right person to walk you through the process.

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Try it for 30 days and see. If you don't like it, simply email us for a 100% money back guarantee. If you honestly tried it and hate it just let us know why with the email in the course.

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Either way, find your way with this automated course.

Direct medical attention will not be given, nor any medical questions will be answered. It is self guided.

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I Will Beat Back Pain - PART II Video Course

54 Videos

  • Intro To Step 1 - Decreasing Triggering Activties

    Learn to stop triggering your issue.

  • Trigger Modifications - Sitting - Back Course

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Trigger Modifications - Putting on Shoes

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Trigger Modifications - Lifting Light Objects - Back Course

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Trigger Modifications - Car Set Up

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Trigger Modifications - In and Out of Car

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Trigger Modification - Setting Up For Sleep

  • Trigger Modification - Flipping Positions in Bed

  • Trigger Modifications - Exiting Bed - Back Course

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Trigger Modifications - Opening Doors

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Intermittent Walking for Rehab

    Walking for periods (intermittent) throughout the day often times can greatly reduce hamstring, spine and hip triggers. In this video, we will cover how therapeutic walking should be performed, how often, why we are doing it and more.

  • Desensitizer Intro

    Desensitizer are you "control system." If the hamstring becomes tight, do one of these immediately.

    The best bang for buck ones are:
    - Crappy Push-ups (progression)
    - Wall Slides
    - Bracing techiques

    I have people do these preemptively every waking hour of the day for the first few weeks.

  • Directional Preference - Back Course

    Figure out your direction of comfort... this is a make or break video in your success of this course

  • Sensitivity Resets

    Sensitivity Resets are ways to feel normal within just a few minutes. Finding this reset allows people to take more movement risks because they know they can feel better in just a few minutes if their experiment goes poorly. Find your rest.

  • Crappy Push Ups

    This video covers one way we can decrease hamstring tightness within a few minutes in many cases. The reason this works is because the hamstring is not the issue, it's the nerves as they exit the spine. This exercise can be used to keep the nerve in good health and let the hamstring chill out. Th...

  • Wall Slides

  • Shortstop Press

    This is one desensitizer that I use for people who are having issues into the front side of the tight, the inner knee or lower back extension based discomfort. As you know, desensitizers are unique to each person so this doesn't work for every case.

  • Abdominal Bracing

    Bracing is an amazing desensitizer, yet can often be a longer term crutch for those not willing to progress to building their hips (step4).

  • Bracing & Why It Works

  • Breathing Verse Bracing

  • Alligator Breathing

    Breathing assists in building yet another supportive system for the abdominal region, spine, nerves, disc, hip joint, piriformis, hamstring and more. Breathing "low" into the hips helps with building pressure behind the abdominal wall, essentially unloading the abdominal wall (obliques, transvers...

  • Frog Breathing

    Breathing assists in building yet another supportive system for the abdominal region, spine, nerves, disc, hip joint, piriformis, hamstring and more. Breathing "low" into the hips helps with building pressure behind the abdominal wall, essentially unloading the abdominal wall (obliques, transvers...

  • Dermal Traction - Back

    This is great for people with extension/ arching discomfort and tight backs

  • Cat Cow

    Great exercise for getting full spinal mobility back.

  • Intro to Step 3 - Building Supportive Systems

    Building the supportive systems will allow your "keg" to be resilient and resistant to ambient movement. Allow me to explain why step 3 is important.

  • Side Plank: Bridge Progression

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and extension forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tigh...

  • Birddog Exercise

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and flexion forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tight ...

  • Buttress Plank with Elbow Tap

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and extension forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tigh...

  • 90-90 Breathing/ Deadbug Progression

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and extension forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tigh...

  • Intro to Step 4 - Building The Engine

    After building the hips (the engine), we will be at a better "stop and take a breath" point. Allow me to explain why step 4 is important.

  • Back Course - Engine Part 1

    In this section we go over the concept of idling the human engine.

  • Frozen Skater

  • Mini Band Lateral Walks

    This exercise is amazing at getting the engine (the glutes) idling and ready to move your body well. It's not specific to a side, which is great because this is one that I use to get both hips warmed up.

  • Back Course - Engine Part 2

    In this section we go over how to safely load and progress exercises to simulate the hip engine.

  • Lifters Wedge Teaching Tool

    The lifter's wedge is a great way to link the nervous system into using the hips to move weights rather than your spine or hamstrings in isolation, which can trigger some people. This is a HIP EXERCISE.

  • Hip Hinge Progression

    The rotational squat trains the hip ball and socket joint to move a rebuilt torso region to restore human movement. Rebuilding athleticism after an injury requires restoration of tri-planar motion in ball and socket joints, like the hip and shoulder. In the hip hinge we are training the sagittal ...

  • Deadlifting Technique

  • Farmer Carry

  • Split Squats

  • Squat Technique

  • Intro To Step 5 - Midback and Hip Mobility

    How to add mobility back into your program.

  • Diagonal Sit (Low)

    This exercise helps target the brain/ hip connection when we need to build trust onto a limb. Used only when needed.

  • Tactical Frog

  • T:S Rotation - Spine

    Great exercise for adding midback mobility.

  • "Check Yo Nails"

    Great exercise for improvements in midback mobility.

  • Too Much Arching (Lumbar Extension) Conversation

    What if you never round your spine again? This conversation should assist in your understanding.

  • Intro To Step 6 - Rotational Linkage & Unilateral Considerations

    Adding rotation and unilateral motion into your program will open the doors to many activities.

  • Lifts

    Great exercise for adding rotational linkage back into life.

  • Lateral Squat Pattern

    Great exercise for unilateral motion and anti-lateral flexion.

  • Rotational Squat

    Great exercise for unilateral motion and anti-rotation.

  • Kickstand Deadlifts (Single Leg Deadlifts)

  • 1 Arm Dumbbell Row

    Great exercise for unilateral motion and anti-rotation.

  • Squats - Unilateral Weight (1 Arm Rack Squat)

    Simple advancement on a goblet squat, start with significant lighter weight than you goblet squat.

  • Intro To Step 7 and Beyond - What's Next

    What next?!

  • TheSecretGamePlanToRunningWithoutBackDiscomfort2.pdf

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