A holistic approach to health & fitness:
DON’T ALLOW YOUR BACK PAIN TO RUIN YOUR LIFE
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I am a Corrective Exercise Specialist (NASM – National Academy of Sports Medicine), qualified Level 3 personal trainer and an Level 4 sports massage therapist. I am also a Boxercise coach, a kettlebell cardio (KBC) instructor, fitness photographer and a freelance writer on postural dysfunction, musculoskeletal neck and back pain. As a former sufferer, I fully understand the problems that are related to these conditions. My book: ‘A practical guide to the self management of lower back pain, a holistic approach to health & fitness’ is now available from AuthorHouse.co.uk (or .com) & Amazon: Hard & paperback & E-book are now available. (Simply search for James Tang or the title of the book)
The book contains the following topics which may be of interest to you:
There are 9 chapters, 60,000 words & 242 pages with interesting topics including:
- Causes of lower back pain
- Self-management of lower back pain through treatment of trigger points, flexibility training & strengthening exercises.
- Obesity & back pain – metabolism & nutrition; exercises for weight loss: cardiovascular exercises, resistance training & high interval intensity training.
- Corrective exercises for postural dysfunction.
- Flat feet & lower back pain.
- Sacroiliac joint dysfunction & back pain
- The best way to sleep for back pain sufferers.
The majority of the population spend their working lives in prolonged seated or incorrect postures, with resultant musculoskeletal problems. As a former dentist and a victim of such disorders, I was determined to find a solution. Unfortunately, there was no constructive or consistent advice. I was completely bewildered by this and simply could not understand why my back problems were recurring. I am sure this frustration is ubiquitous!
Of course, there are numerous books on musculoskeletal pain but there is nothing on the holistic approach to general health and fitness and the self-management of musculoskeletal conditions. This book is a practical guide; it combines all the different modalities in a logical and systematic programme, firstly by recognising the possible causes of your predicament and secondly by effectively managing it to prevent recurrence.