Avoid Back Pain By Lifting Heavy Things?
A common advice we usually hear when it comes to lifting training is to avoid lifting heavy items where possible. However, research has shown that this is largely ineffective to reduce back pain and back injury.
In order to become strong, the human tissue needs to be exposed to loads. Regular loading helps to prepare the joints, muscle, and ligaments for normal tasks. The lack of loading has been shown to have adverse effects on the spine.
Want to find out more? Read this article:“Best way to avoid back pain? Lift heavy things”
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