How to ELIMINATE Back and Neck Pain


Hey, what’s up everybody? Today I want to
share with you how Milton’s Strength Training eliminates back and neck pain by exercising ten minutes, three days a week. Alright, here we go! In today’s video, we’ll learn how Milton’s Strength Training eliminates back and neck pain by
exercising ten minutes, three days a week. In order to help people eliminate back
and neck pain, I integrated the accumulated knowledge and experience I
gained from years of treating, training, and helping thousands of clients with
musculoskeletal disorders, pain, and injury and then focused my attention on
the structure of the skeleton. Our skeleton is divided into three systems: pelvic appendicular, axial, and pectoral appendicular. Located at the inferior end of the spinal column is the sacrum; a triangular shaped bone that’s cradled between the left and right ilium bones. I reasoned that if the muscles that attach to the sacrum and cross the sacroiliac joint are not strong enough, our spinal foundation will be weak and unstable, therefore causing the spine to the out of balance. With this insight, I realized that the sacrum and sacroiliac joints are where we need structural support for the foundation of the spine. In contrast, the conventional approach for eliminating back and neck pain has no regard for strengthening the musculature that supports and stabilizes the foundation of the spine at the sacrum and sacroiliac joints. The conventional approach only focuses on strengthening the erector spinae and the abdominals. These muscles do not provide side-to-side support or stabilization for the sacrum from its lateral edges and do not support or stabilize the foundation of the spine at the sacrum and sacroiliac joints. Gluteus maximus and piriformis are the support struts that provide side-to-side support and stabilization for the sacrum from its lateral edges and provide support and stabilization for the foundation of the spine at the sacrum and sacroiliac joints. It’s very important for us to understand that the strengthening of gluteus maximus and piriformis is crucial to provide optimum support
and stabilization for the foundation of the spine in order to achieve the sustainable elimination of back and neck pain. Milton’s Strength Training includes the strengthening of gluteus maximus through a combination of isotonic and isometric muscle actions, piriformis through isometric muscle actions, the intrinsic axial musculature through a combination of isotonic and
isometric muscle actions, and the abdominals through isometric muscle
actions as these muscles stabilize the lower body and help stabilize and
balance the upper body over the lower body while performing Milton’s Strength Training. By strengthening the musculature of the body as a whole including the back, neck, abdominals, gluteus maximus, and piriformis, Milton’s Strength Training provides support, stabilization, and balance from the foundation of the
spine to the base of the head, therefore resulting in improved spinal posture, stabilized joint alignment, and improved joint function for complete back and neck pain elimination. As an added benefit to the sustainable elimination of back and neck pain, Milton’s Strength Training also improves joint health throughout the body. This is accomplished by increasing muscle mass throughout the body, limiting excessive joint repetition, and eliminating joint impact. When we increase muscle mass throughout the body, including the musculature of the spine, it provides increased hydraulic lift to fight the force of gravity and decompress all the joints of the body including the facet joints and intervertebral discs of the spine. As a result, the increase in muscle mass and hydraulic lift in the spine helps avoid nerve compression which eliminates back and neck pain. The muscle stimulation of isotonic and
isometric muscle actions while performing Milton’s Strength Training improves synovial fluid production to lubricate all the joint capsules of the body including the facet joints of the spine. This muscle stimulation naturally creates diffusion for the purpose of providing nutrition to the avascular intervertebral discs of the spine and the cartilage of all the joints throughout the body. Avascular tissues do not have direct blood flow to them and depend on
diffusion to receive nutrition. Milton’s Strength Training increases muscle mass, hydraulic lift, synovial fluid production, and diffusion, therefore improving joint health throughout the body. In order to achieve the sustainable elimination of back and neck pain, we must observe the following guidelines. One! We must accept and respect the structural limitations of our joints. A structural limitation is caused by joint degeneration and/or joint injury which creates an obstruction that limits the joints natural range of motion. For example, we may experience in our spine osteophytes, thinning, bulging, or herniated intervertebral discs including Schmorl’s nodes. This is a herniated intervertebral disc that protrudes upwards and downwards into the bodies of the adjacent vertebrae. Two! While performing Milton’s Strength Training and your daily activities, only perform a range of motion you’re capable of performing
without experiencing pain or discomfort. Three! We must be mindful of our posture while reclining, sitting, and standing. Becoming aware of and correcting our
posture while reclining, sitting, and standing helps protect and avoid compressing spinal nerves and creating setbacks to our strengthening progress. Over time, the observance of these guidelines and the accumulation of all the physiological benefits gained by performing Milton’s Strength Training will result in improved spinal posture, stabilized joint alignment, and improved joint function, therefore granting the sustainable elimination of back and neck pain. Milton’s Strength Training performed for ten minutes, three days a week provides a proven, simple powerful solution for improving health and fitness and eliminating back and neck pain. Remember, when you dare to think from a new perspective and take action to improve your life by physically, mentally, and emotionally transforming through a process of determination, a predominant, positive state of mind emerges and your new self-image of vitality and strength becomes who you are.

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