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Back Injury Prevention Using Neutral Spine Exercises

by Mike Bracko |   Date Released : 23 Dec 2013
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Mike Bracko

About the author: Mike Bracko

Mike Bracko, EdD, is the director of Dr. Bracko’s Fitness and the Hockey Institute, and is a fitness educator, hockey skating coach, writer, and back injury prevention expert. Mike holds a doctoral degree in exercise science. He works with hockey players, industrial workers, and fitness professionals to improve performance and prevent injury. Mike is the author of 28 DVD’s and CD’s ranging in topics from Body Leverage Training, Ultimate Back Exercises, Lateral Training, Back Injury Prevention, and Safe Lifting.

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Bracko, Mike | 17 Jul 2014, 19:51 PM

Hi Strong Andy/Andy Strong,
Thanks for your nice comments about the article on Neutral Spine Exercises. I really appreciate the feedback about the article. I'm glad it resonated with you.
Core training has evolved over the past 10 years. Most fitness pros understand it better now than ever before.
The next big thing in core training is vertical core training for completely functional training.
As a matter of fact, I'm presenting a session on this at the upcoming IDEA World Fitness Conference, August 14 - 17 in Anaheim. If any of you will be in Anaheim, let me know. I think my presenter discount is still active.
Thanks again for the comments.
Yours truly,
Mike Bracko

STRONG, ANDY | 17 Jul 2014, 14:21 PM

I really like how this article has taken "core" beyond the obvious and backed it up with a well thought out program. These have given me a solid foundation to help build my client up and they have progressed really well.

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