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Unlock the secrets to a resilient spine with our comprehensive video series, focusing on optimizing lumbar spine health. Whether you're aiming to prevent injury or manage existing conditions, delve into the essential principles and guidelines for integrating spine-friendly exercises into your resistance training program.


Explore the nuances of spine health, addressing a spectrum of conditions from non-specific low back pain to herniated discs and spinal stenosis. Gain valuable insights into programming considerations tailored to each condition, ensuring a safe and effective approach to exercise selection and progression.


Discover the power of stabilization exercises to minimize movement in the low back, from Pilates mat exercises to plank variations, laying a foundation for core strength and stability. Progress systematically, incorporating spine movers cautiously to strengthen the musculature around the spine without exacerbating discomfort.


Navigate the complexities of spine conditions with sensitivity, adjusting your approach to accommodate specific limitations while fostering strength and resilience. Embrace the transformative potential of progressive resistance training, exemplified by individuals like Lamar Gantt, who overcame severe scoliosis through dedicated strength training.


Uncover the key to effective spine training: a balanced regimen targeting all four directions of spinal movement. From anti-flexion to anti-rotation exercises, discover a repertoire designed to stabilize and fortify your spine against daily stresses.


Embrace a conservative foundation, starting with low intensities and gradually progressing in both intensity and range of motion. By adhering to these proven guidelines and complementing them with flexibility and trigger point programs, you'll not only reduce the risk of injury or re-injury but also alleviate low back pain, paving the way for a stronger, healthier spine.


Transform your approach to spine health today and embark on a journey towards enduring strength and resilience.

How to Improve Your Spine Health

  • Jeff Young, MS, CSCS

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