what to do when I'm done with the back and core program?

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    what to do when I'm done with the back and core program?

    Hello, I'm using the back and core program to fight my back problems. (Not alone, but to add to what my doctor gave me). Now after nearly a month I'm almost through with it and I don't know how to continue. Should I just simply restart the program from the start, from some point in the middle of the book or should I look for something else?

    Ps.: Thank you a lot for your work. You are helping me immensely to make myself better and way more healthier. You are awesome

    #2
    30 Days of Yoga
    Lv I programs
    The Yoga program could be a good continuation to Back & Core and alongside any lv I program would be a nice addition, just my opinion

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      #3
      I would love to do the yoga programms but i don´t know if i´m doing them the right way. I have to take a few yoga sessions or something before.

      Currently I´m doing the foundation programm and when I´m through with that i want to begin the 90 days of action programm. My goal would be the millitary fit. That with twice swimming a week and four days biking a week for an hour should be enought. At least to be painfree for the remaining 50 years or so.

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        #4
        Originally posted by IceGrin View Post
        I would love to do the yoga programms but i don´t know if i´m doing them the right way. I have to take a few yoga sessions or something before.
        The positions of the program are easy, it is designed especially for a beginner who has never done yoga, just take a look at some videos on the internet if you are really unsure

        Originally posted by IceGrin View Post
        Currently I´m doing the foundation programm and when I´m through with that i want to begin the 90 days of action programm. My goal would be the millitary fit. That with twice swimming a week and four days biking a week for an hour should be enought. At least to be painfree for the remaining 50 years or so.
        Seems to me you have a good plan

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          #5
          Originally posted by Fremen View Post
          Seems to me you have a good plan
          Thank you. Problem is all the public swimming pools are closed at the moment because reasons. So for the meantime i have to train my back with the programms.

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            #6
            I am currently doing Back & Core for the 4th time.

            I didn't do it 4 times in a row, but just when I felt like back problems happening again.

            If you are also interested in abs you can go for Total Abs. It has a lowerback workout every 4 days, so kinda not neglecting that need. You can also check out some of the challenges like Yoga Abs, Hollow Hold, etc., and stretching workouts.

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              #7
              I loved the back and core program, and have done it twice. Really helps with stability and an old back injury.
              You could repeat the program, or you could try the core strength program which I also like to help the midsection, lots of planks.
              I have not tried the total abs program yet, maybe next month.
              The idea of yoga is great, it works for me and I have zero formal training. I did the 30 days of yoga and 30 more days of yoga programs as well. Definitely helps loosen up the back, not much in the way strengthening.
              For me I have to work on strength side and also stay flexible to prevent injuries.

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                #8
                Evil Elvis I have never touched the Yoga programs because I am also concern about doing it wrong as IceGrin mentions. There are always some nuances you can miss in the poses even when you get the forms "right."

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                  #9
                  I just watched some video's online and gave it a shot.
                  Some of the poses were harder than others and those were the ones I had to look up.
                  They make a good end of workout routine.

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