Friday, December 17, 2010

Ward Off Back Pain with Reverse Hypers

In the 21st century chronic back pain in USA has become commonplace due factors such as a sedentary lifestyle, poor posture, faulty sleeping posture and increasing use of soft mattresses. According to a recent study, approximately 6 million people in USA suffer from the nagging problem of back pain. Opting for fitness strength training is one of the most powerful ways one can combat back pain. There are different varieties of strength training equipments and amongst them reverse hypers have been especially designed for treating this problem. Read to know how this unique fitness equipment helps the user to fight against back pain.

Designed to fight back pain- Reverse hyper comes with a special pumping feature, which allows the spinal fluid to fill up the spinal column and utilizes blood as far as low back muscles are concerned. This, in turn, enables this strength training equipment to act as a rehabilitation device in the eccentric phase. In addition, reverse hypers enables the user to enjoy strength development during the concentric period. It decompresses the spine, but avoids putting any vertical compression.

Comfortable and secure- Those who have experience of back pain know that rehabilitation is successful only when there is release of pressure and restoration of circulation, especially in the injured area. Reverse hypers have been designed in a way to fulfill these purposes, along with providing the exerciser the maximum comfort and security. All these features of reverse hypers make it a fitness equipment that can be ideally used to ward off back pain.

In fact, this strength-training equipment can be used 3 to 4 times every week. In order to tighten the lower back, you can also use it along with lightweights.

With healthy diet, correct posture and strength training workouts on the reverse hypers, back pain may soon be a thing of the past!
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