#WORKOUT WEDNESDAY: Business in Front, Party in the Back!

Sometimes you may think of back pain as a familiar companion. He may not be overly friendly, but he certainly has remained with you for a long time.

Remember when you first met. How he crept up slowly with a dull ache and a little stiffness, before long he was all out spastic, screaming at you to pay attention to him.

One thing back pain will do, is provide you with the opportunity to learn about doctors and what they can and cannot do. In an eagerness to rid yourself of the pain you may have consulted internists, orthopedists, neurologists, osteopaths, chiropractors, acupuncturists, naturopaths, and even psychiatrists. You’ve probably been prodded, punctured, massaged, needled, vibrated, and electrically stimulated. You took aspirin, ibuprofen, Prozac, cortisone and myriad other pain killers, stimulants, and relaxants. Spending a small fortune on back braces, hot packs, topical creams, Epsom salt baths and self massagers all in the name of relief, with no avail.

Any improvement you experienced was temporary and not worth the cost and discomfort of the treatment.

A bold prediction: at some point you might find yourself feeling frustrated.

You may, in fact, feel the kind of frustration that’ll make you grab something throwable, target one worthy individual and hurl that something at his or her head.

Before it comes to that, try this….

Master Pilates Instructor and Personal Trainer, Lynda Lippin, has just launched a brand-spanking new eCourse on Pilates & Back Pain. A how-to guide with some very simple techniques 99% of us never use to transform back pain without any dangerous drugs, surgery, chiropractic manipulation or crazy looking pain relief contraptions.

I know what you’re thinking.

I can read it on your face…the distracted smile, the unconvincing nod, the slightly furrowed brow…

“Pilates is only for flexible or “fit” people, and I’m about as limber as an ice sculpture.” FALSE! Pilates exercises can be modified for virtually any level of fitness.

In her course, Lynda teaches you how to engage your deepest core muscles with as little pain–and as much clarity–as possible that can provide back pain relief and help prevent future episodes of back pain.

Your guide to lower back euphoria awaits.

The eCourse is $47 and can be purchased here: http://www.pilatesbackpain.com

Share The Glam readers get $10 OFF when you enter coupon code SD10 at checkout.


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Samantha Datz graduated from The University of Tampa with a BS in Exercise Science and Sports Studies. She is a fitness expert with a passion for motivating and inspiring others. Samantha’s versatile teaching style combines many fitness trends, keeping her on the cutting edge. Her certifications include Level II Peak Pilates Instructor, Xtend Barre™, TRX Suspension Training, SpringTone® and the CoreAlign® method. Today, Samantha’s business includes private training, small group training and teaching expert level fitness classes at New York’s elite Pilates studio Alycea Ungaro’s Real Pilates, as well as world renowned health clubs Reebok Sports Club/NY and The Sports Club/LA. Samantha’s regimen involves sports specific training, and post physical rehabilitation. She has trained top professional athletes such as Aubrey Huff of the San Francisco Giants and Tampa Bay Buccaneers Reggie Brown. She has also trained celebrities such as Sir Ian McKellen and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Victoria’s Secret runway models, and dignitaries such as Prince Osman of Turkey. Samantha has appeared on various media outlets; she was showcased in South Tampa Magazine with “The Best of the Best Fitness Instructors” mentoring a competitor in the Biggest Loser Competition. She has been featured as a Pilates expert training co-hosts Jerry Penacoli and Cyndi Edwards of the nationally syndicated Daytime television show. Samantha’s newest endeavor is becoming the Fitness Director for Sharetheglam.com. Samantha’s fitness training means achieving fitness and balance on three levels: the emotional (The Mindset), the spiritual (The Motivation), and the physical (The Movement). She helps her clients reach their full potential by focusing her training on utilizing proper body mechanics when exercising to help the body operate at peak efficiency without hurting itself.Contact her at sDatz@sharetheglam.com!