Threw Your Back Out? Try These 5 Tricks

A stitch in time saves your spine.

Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. See a doctor immediately if your back pain is incapacitating, causes numbness, causes problems controlling urination/defecation, is the result of a fall or accident, etc. This article is meant to address stable, persistent back pain stemming from movement issues.

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Mia Lazarewicz

Mia Lazarewicz

NSCA-CPT, CSCS, American Ninja Warrior, gymnast, author, Gryffindor. Follow me on IG and Twitter @thebossiraptor, and at my website www.lazertraining.com

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