back pain

Even if you can still exercise, play sports, and move in general with a herniated disc, there are a few precautions and steps you need to take to stop the owie from kicking your butt.
While injury and pain can appear to keep us from our goals, when it comes to movement, there are always options.
Back pain is one of the most commonly grumbled about training, and life, annoyances.
Feeling tingly? It could be love--or it could be sciatica (that not so fun pain that runs down your leg and makes it hard to bend over). Read on to make sure!
As an athlete, learning how to recover your back post-injury is a key component to successful long-term training.
Facing your own weaknesses can challenge even your most fundamental principles.
If we told you that there was an enterprise that charges its customer base $100 billion annually and fails to deliver what it’s selling, you’d wonder how it could exist.
Stabilization of the lumbar spine and pelvis is necessary for any athletic endeavor or even just being healthy.
You won't get the most from your body's most powerful joints if you can't activate them correctly.
The causes of your back pain aren't just in your back, and neither will be the solutions.
7 movements for strong abs that will help your aching back.
You've heard it a million times before. Lift with your legs, not your back. But what does that mean? Let's have an anatomy lesson today and see what the science is behind this advice.
Working to strengthen your core should not compromise your low back health.
Chronic pain can be a serious inhibitor of a healthy sex life, but a simple surgery may be the solution.
Travelers, mothers, and gym goers will rave at this functional, durable, all-in-one bag that is essential to an active lifestyle.
The root cause of your back pain may be the way you breathe.
Sitting is the mortal enemy of health, and posture is its first victim. Reverse the damage you've already done.