Low Back Pain Program (Ebook) Review

Low Back Pain Program (Ebook) Review


Low Back Pain Program (Ebook) 



If you suffer from chronic lower back pain this e-book full of valuable information. Most of the time chronic lower back pain is  directly related to specific muscle weaknesses and imbalances. The Low Back Pain Program (Ebook) addresses those muscles with 45 specific and targeted low impact exercises that are show to you with over 170 full color images. There are also detailed anatomy diagrams that show you where all the muscles are located within the body so you can have a better understanding of the muscles you are working.

The exercises are broken down into five categories:

  1. Limited Mobility Exercises

  2. Progressive Exercises

  3. Challenging Exercises

  4. Maintenance Exercises

  5. Supportive Exercises


The author Sherwin Nicholson suffered with back pain for over 10 years and understands how this debilitating condition can have not only a physical but emotional toll you and your body. Nicholson states in the book that “It requires your commitment and hard work and will be worth the time, effort and patients required.” Your pain will not go away overnight and you will get sore and tired, but don’t take that as a sign it is not working. He explains that you have to keep a positive mindset and be patient and persistent.

I like that you do not need a lot of space to do the exercises and you don’t have to go out and buy a lot of expensive exercise equipment. You can do these exercises anywhere and anytime. You don’t have to go to a gym or have a trainer, you can do the exercises in the privacy of your own home.




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12 thoughts on “Low Back Pain Program (Ebook) Review”

  1. This sounds perfect for me. I have severe lower back pain. I like that it has different levels and also I have a small apartment so it’s nice that you don’t need a lot of space. Hearing that it’s going to seem ‘worse’ before it gets better tells me that it will work, it’s true and honest. I am definitely going to check this out and push through it! Thank you!

    1. You’re welcome Raine, and I do think the different levels of exercises do make a difference– that way you can work at your own pace and strengthen different muscle group as you progress. I wish you luck in your journey.

  2. I really need to get into something like this. I have had back pain for years and it seems like nothing seems to help. I think I might give this a try

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