Posts Tagged 'low back pain'

Belt Squat Likely Coming Soon To Charlotte Personal Training Studio

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To provide an update on my previous 2018 Black Friday Wish List post…I’ve made an update and now intend to pickup the Rogue Belt Squat machine as my big ticket item for my Ballantyne personal training studio. The only likely scenario where I don’t pick this up is if Rogue happens to sell out before I purchase it.

Most clients have been unfamiliar with the machine so I wanted to explain and share some images.

First are the ...

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Rogue Reverse Hyper Machine At Gym For Low Back Pain

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The newest and biggest addition to Taylor Carpenter Personal Training in 2015 has been the RH-2 Rogue Reverse Hyper. Often used in rehabilitation, injury prevention, and powerlifting.

This will be a nice addition the the Glute Ham Developer and the large variety of deadlifts performed with most clients to work the posterior chain…

Directly from the Rogue website, here is “the science behind the reverse hyperextension machine”:
Rogue’s Reverse Hyper decompresses the spine and has no vertical compression on the spine at ...

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Five Quick Tips To Prevent Injuries | Corrective Exercise

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Five tips of corrective exercise, one should be obvious to even the most novice of exercisers. The other four maybe not so much…Follow these to help prevent injuries

  1. ALWAYS warmup before working with weights, running, jogging, etc. Proper warmup should consist of foam rolling/self myofascial release, light stretching with body weight movements, and then I prefer to run through a short easy circuit that will mimic some of the heavier lifting I’ll be doing later in the workout. Warming up takes ...
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New Roman Chair for Low Back Pain

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Last Friday, I bought this Roman Chair. We’ve been performing hyperextensions with stability balls, standing w/ resistance bands, flexing at the hip off a flat bench, etc…

This is a great addition to the studio and will be used a lot! Approximately 85% of people will experience low back pain in their lifetimes, 8 out of 10 people! It’s safe to say a lot of that pain is from a lack of use, a lack of strength in the area. Even ...

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