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3 Exercises Swaps to Help You Train if you Have Low-Back Pain

One of the biggest mistakes athletes often make during their playing career is training through pain rather than training around it. Sure, lifting ...

Reduce Your Odds of Suffering Low Back Pain

About 90 percent of athletes experience low back pain at some point in their lives. But there are things you can do to minimize the risk of sufferi...

Volleyball Players: Avoid Low Back Pain With This Stretching Technique

Sore low backs are common among volleyball players midway through the season. Despite their athleticism and dedicated training, many players suffe...

Decrease Back Pain With Inversion Therapy

Ever have back pain that you simply can't cure?  Inversion therapy may offer relief. Inversion therapy is a form of treatment that involves hang...

Athlete's Guide to Back Injury Rehabilitation

Are you suffering from a lower back injury?  The following are some strategies your team physician, athletic trainer, physical therapist or conditi...

Cure and Avoid Low Back Pain With These Rehab Techniques

Up to 80 percent of the world suffers from back pain, specifically lower back pain, at one point or another. Although leading an athletic lifestyle ...

Full Core Workout to Improve Performance and Health

The core is more than your abs and serves a larger purpose than making you look good on the beach. To get the most out of your core training (lea...

How to Use Stretching and a Foam Roller for Lower Back Pain

The low back is a complex network of muscles, bones and connective tissue. Unfortunately, it's a source of pain in 90 percent of Americans, includin...

Glute Activation Saves Your Back, Improves Sports Performance

The Romanian Deadlift is a terrific exercise for any athlete looking to balance out quad work with strength-building in the hamstrings, glutes and lo...

Hamstring Strength and Flexibility Series

For you to sprint as quickly as possibly, all your lower body muscles must contribute to stride power. This includes the hamstrings, which are often o...

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