The Let Kev at your Back thread


#1901

Nobody will bat an eyelid so


#1902

My yoga guy teaches the teachers, an Indian chap, fuck all personality but I’d say he knows his shit inside out, I really need to go back actually, it’s been a few weeks


#1903

Partially true, but it’s badly designed. Muscles are too small for it’s purpose.


#1904

Reformer Pilates. Game changer for backs.

Also google thoracic mobility prehab guys and lots of exercises.


#1905

Nope. Completely incorrect.

Perfect evolved.

We are useless cunts


#1906

:smile: exactly the response I expected.


#1907

Again mobility training is a help, but only partial intervention.


#1908

Well we’ll see who people listen to.

The lazy Garda or the fella getting people back healthy with years


#1909

Is there any of life’s problems that S&C can’t solve? It was solving autism last week, and this stuff this week.

cc @Gman


#1910

What are you dragging @Breaking_my_balls into this?


#1911

Can’t solve stupidity and ignorance.

Who is trying to solve autism???

I try to support people with autism and make their lives easier. Not sure anyone said they can solve it.

But yes. S&C Coaches are absolutely having the best success in solving back issues.


#1912

You posted it last week. S&C solves Autism and other learning difficulties


#1913

Show me that will ya.

You are full of shit


#1914

Back pain is best sorted by regular correct deadlifting.
That is all


#1915

Fuck that shit


#1916

Hinging in general.

Good Mornings helpful too.

It’s no brainer stuff really


#1917

Add 4-5 healthy years to your life if you can get up to a double Bodyweight Deadlift.


#1918

It doesn’t need to be anywhere near that heavy. Technique is all.


#1919

It’s not about the actual final load.

It’s about the process of getting there.

But the load is important too. Lifting above 80% capacity is very healthy. (And we do not have to actually lift double. Lifting your 3-5 max is safer and we can work out thru formula from there

It’s like the studies that show grip strength is an I dictator of longer life. One could sit at a desk with a squishy ball and get a better grip. But the reason most of the people in the research had a strong grip was from years of small developments .

Same concept.

From scratch should take at least 6 months to reach double, and anything up to 3 years. Time not important


#1920

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