5 Minute Core Stability / Corrective Exercise for Back Pain by Eric Beard with the MECA Back

I had one of my clients shoot this on my iphone so they could follow along with their home program. This Corrective Exercise spinal stabilization program is to be done daily and will take about 5 minutes. It will develop endurance and strength of the intrinsic core stabilizers such as the; transverse abdominus, diaphragm, internal obliques. The progression is to build from 3-5 repetitions up to 12-15 repetitions over time. Comment below and let me know what you think!

You can find the MECA Back at http://www.mecaback.com/back-products.html

Fix this posture!!!
“In just 10 minutes a day, you can actually create elastisity to help restore the natural shape of your back!”-quote from their site.

“If you’ve suffered from back pain, you know that there are many different answers out there, none of which provide lasting relief.

Now, that all can change. Really, prevention is as easy as knowing how. Testimonials

The vision of the MECA™ Back Institute is to create awareness about the damage the human spine endures from normal daily activities, the actual cause of most mechanical back problems.

Our ultimate goals are to:

1. Reduce the frequency of lower back pain issues

2. Lower the costs associated with back care

3. Provide products that support, enhance, stabilize and maintain good body mechanics and posture

4. Inform the public of the origin of mechanical back pain and provide real solutions to prevent this damage. ”

“What does MECA mean?

The vision of MECA™ is to create awareness about how and why human spines
develop mechanical problems leading to degeneration and pain, and to provide
real solutions to prevent this damage.

MECA – an acronym for Mobility, Elasticity, Core Stability and Adaptability – stands for the four integrated components that lead to overall back health:

MOBILITY:
The independent motion between spinal joints.

ELASTICITY:
The resiliency of soft tissue (muscles, tendons & ligaments). Elasticity is not flexibility.

CORE STABILITY:
When our muscles work to maintain stability of the spine and pelvis while the limbs are moving.

ADAPTABILITY:
The integration of these three elements, and referring to our spine’s ability to effectively compensate for the insults of daily living. 85% of the U.S. population will have a lower back problem in their lifetime. It is the position of the MECA Back Institute that this astonishing statistic is largely due to a simple lack of understanding of how to maintain the health of our lower backs.”-from their site.

For more video on the MECA Back click here

Eric Beard
CEO A-Team
AthleticShoulder.com
RangeOfMotionWorkshop.com

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