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Blogs

Author: Richard Symister

The Steps I Took to Herniating My Disc!

Let me explain to you the gradual process I took to herniating a disc in my neck, levels C – […]

Author: Richard Symister

How to Build a Stronger Bridge

The bridge is a staple exercise for building strength and stability throughout the lower back, hip, and posterior chain. As […]

Author: Richard Symister

How to Build A Better Side Plank

The side plank is an excellent movement for core stability. But it has so many other benefits, such as shoulder, […]

Author: Richard Symister

Back Pain Standing? Stop Standing Like Elvis!

Do you get that localized, nagging ache on either side of your lower back as soon as you stand still? […]

Author: Richard Symister

How to Stop F#*king Up Your Back: Know your C.O.R.E. Anatomy.

Are you looking for washboard abs or a  6- pack? If your answer is “yes”, read no further. This bite-size […]

Author: Richard Symister

How to Stop F#*king Up Your Back: Learn the Acronym C.O.R.E.

I cringe, watching folks doing 3-minute planks, experimenting with random YouTube videos or virtual classes, or performing crunch after crunch […]

Author: Richard Symister

How to Stop F#*king Up Your Back: Learn Your ABCs!

The back can be complicated. Training the back does not have to be.  The right Physical Therapist knows how to […]

Author: Richard Symister

How Often Should I Train My Core?

The muscles of the core are like any other muscles in the body. They respond and adapt to loads, stress, […]

Author: Richard Symister

How can I prevent back pain while driving?

Driver. Desk jockey. Same posture with slightly more challenges to your core when driving because of stops/starts, turns, bumps, vibrations, […]

Author: Richard Symister

How can I activate my core without restricting my breathing?

Breathing is fundamental, but not always functional.  Within your body, you have these great neighbors, all getting along— Mr. Heart. […]

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