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Is Your Psoas Causing Your Lower Back Pain?

Back pain is an all too familiar issue, with even more common causes. From picking up your children the wrong way to taking a small fall down the stairs, it doesn't take much to put your back out and cause straining of your muscles.   Especially if it is ...

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Top Office Chairs if you Have Low Back Pain

Many of us sit for eight to ten hours a day in an office setting for work. It is unavoidable. Many people experience some degree of lower back pain directly from the use of an office chair. Many of the chairs on the market, especially on the cheaper end at ...

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5 Best Exercises To Strengthen Your Back After An Injury by Lee Moran (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

Back strengthening exercises might not be as obvious to you as you think, as developing a strong core and working on your core muscles will help to reduce back pain and hopefully prevent any further injury in the future, particularly lower back pain. Core exercises and conditioning your body through ...

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Dangers of Back Pain (And What to Do About It) by Joe Fleming (Guest Post for CASS Fitness)

  Back pain can be annoying, uncomfortable, and limiting for short periods of time, but if it goes away, no big deal right? Wrong. Chronic back pain that flares up repeatedly can lead to a host of negative ¬†behaviors that can have serious consequences on your overall health and wellbeing. These ...

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My Journey Through Low Back Pain and Recovery (Pt. 3)

If you are just joining me here, read http://cassfitness.net/my-journey-through-low-back-pain-and-recovery-pt-1/ and http://cassfitness.net/my-journey-through-low-back-pain-and-recovery-pt-2/ to get caught up to speed. In the last installment, we left off at my progress at the end of 2012. Fast forward a few months, and I embarked on my journey to become a personal trainer.  I had some ...

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Side Plank Medley for Strong Obliques

Here is a one minute medley of different Side Plank exercises to challenge your core (especially your obliques). When you are doing more than a minute with the traditional Side Plank, it is time to incorporate more challenging exercises. If you do not know how to do a Side Plank, ...

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My Journey Through Low Back Pain and Recovery (Pt. 2)

If you are just joining me here, read http://cassfitness.net/my-journey-through-low-back-pain-and-recovery-pt-1/ to get caught up to speed. I was narrowing my search for the best chiropractors in the area. I lived in Germantown, MD but I was willing to travel anywhere in Montgomery County for the best service. I ended up going with ...

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My Journey Through Low Back Pain and Recovery (Pt. 1)

I will never forget June 17, 2011. I fell down on the ground of the house I was living in at the time after I got up from the couch I sat on. I had such a constant sharp pain in my lower back, I could not walk. I crawled ...

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Introduction to our newest Personal Trainer, Adrian Nicotra

CASS Fitness would like to give a warm welcome to Adrian Nicotra. He is our newest certified personal trainer. Adrian is an NASM Certified Personal Trainer and he is currently working on his NASM Corrective Exercise Specialist certification. Adrian lives in Alexandria, VA. He trains in ...

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Bird Dog Demonstration by Matt Bible

The Bird Dog or the Alternating Quadruped Opposite Arm/Opposite Leg Raise is an exercise to help strengthen your lower back, abs, and glutes. It is a low impact exercise that frequently is used to help relieve lower back pain and to help prevent it from happening in the first place. (adsbygoogle ...

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