Recently, I was in San Diego for a conference…
San Diego is great, but the travel to get there takes a toll on my lower back (more about that later).
I love San Diego, there’s just so much to do.
Of course, I played Torrey Pines and took in the views. The day I played was pretty foggy and cold starting out, but still well worth the over-priced green fees. 🙁
I’ll never forget one rule the head golf pro gave my playing group prior to teeing off…
“DO NOT DRIVE IN THE ROUGH. You can drive all over the fairway, but don’t drive the golf cart on our rough.”
…I thought he was crazy until I got on the course.
I would miss a fairway by a few feet, and couldn’t find my ball…
Apparently, Torrey takes the rough VERY seriously. I guess this is due to the PGA tournament that they have each year.
Here’s one of the pictures from Torrey that day…
The one thing that sticks in my mind above everything else wasn’t the breathtaking views, the nude beach below (Blacks Beach), the parasailers, or losing balls one foot away from the edge of the fairway…
…it was my lower back.
I am 6’3″ tall, and I had just flown in. I was in a cramped seat and when I got off the plane, my low back was TIGHT and aching..
…the pain shot down my right hip.
The day was long and uncomfortable… pretty much ruining a bucket list experience.
Luckily, my good friend Ian Hart was in town with me, and is an expert on low back pain.
As soon as my round at Torrey was over, Ian took me down to the gym at the Hard Rock Hotel and put me through one of his low back stretching and exercise programs.
Before we went to the gym, he told me that he felt confident he could totally eliminate my low back pain (IF I followed his program for a few weeks).
Desperate to eliminate this nuisance, I agreed. Was I skeptical? Oh yeah!
As Ian put me through his program, he explained how he created this incredible program…
You see, Ian suffered from intense back pain after injuring himself playing basketball. Ian and basketball are like peanut butter and jelly. The back injury he sustained stole basketball from him.
Ian also explained that after his injury, he was in so much pain he could barely move. Basketball activities for Ian were limited to watching it on TV and dreaming of one day being able to hoop it up…
Being removed from his favorite sport, Ian vowed to do something about it. Ian became highly educated in physical fitness, the back, and developed his masterpiece.
The masterpiece? An incredible back stretching and strengthening program.. the same one he used on me in San Diego. This program is medicine.
In fact, he received a write up in his local newspaper about his program and all of the success he has achieved for his clients.
During the workout, I had a pretty good sweat going on. But through it all, I could tell something magical was happening.
Ian’s first stretched me out… then I could tell he had built in exercises to strengthen problem areas that cause low back pain.
At the end of the program, my pain WAS RELIEVED. In fact, I had a bit of an endorphin rush going.
Ian said this is because I was activating neural pathways and using muscles I had not used in a long time. It felt like a took some medicine it worked so well…
Best yet, Ian backs his program up with a full money back guarantee. Try it out, and if it doesn’t work for you for any reason – just ask for a refund.
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To this day, I use Ian’s program once every two weeks to keep my low back going strong. It fixes me like brand new… and then I can go out and enjoy my day or a round of golf.
“After strengthening those large muscles, the core muscles and my leg muscles, I’m able to drive the ball further than I did 20 years ago and strike the ball better than I have, probably than I ever have. And my
game is starting to come back and I am enjoying it much more than I ever have.
Regardless of whether you have back pain or not, if you’d want to be active in golf or tennis and you’re not particularly strong in your core muscles, I think it would help anybody’s lifestyle.
When you play golf for a long time, many people develop conditions in the back, whether it’s in the muscles, or whether it’s a joint pain, arthritis in the spine or something like that. The stronger those
core muscles are, the longer you’re going to be able to play pain-free golf.
It’s simple as that.
I would recommend it to golfers, tennis players or anyone who is reaching middle age and starting to feel the aches and pains that we’re all going to feel when we get there.”