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Why the Spineforce Is So Great

I love trying to find a better way to solve problems and the Spineforce is one of those ways.  As I dug deeper into the problem of restoring spinal health, it became apparent that I needed to find a way to restore the function of the deep spinal muscles.  That’s not an easy task.  Because we sit so much, these core muscles atrophy and become lazy and this make our spines exceedingly vulnerable to injury.  As this happens, our body sets up compensatory neurological patterns that also make us vulnerable for injury.  The Spineforce overcomes these problems and more.  Here are the top 5 reasons why the Spineforce is so great.

 

  1. It’s fun!  The objective of the Spineforce is to keep the bullseye lit up green by putting the correct amount of pressure on the handles.  But you need to do this while the whole thing is moving.  It’s a challenge to be sure but definitely a fun time while you exercise.
  2. It’s quick.  You can do a comprehensive workout in 20-30 minutes and notice an obvious improvement in as little as 4-6 sessions.  You’ll feel strong like you did as a teenager.
  3. Anyone can do it.  Because we can adjust the parameters easily, the Spineforce is safe and effective for everyone from teenage athletes to senior citizens.  We’ve used it successfully with people struggling with MS and Parkinson’s.
  4. Your improvement is measured.  After each exercise the Spineforce’s computer gives you read-out of how you did.  That way you can track your improvement.  Typically we see 30% strength improvement and over 100% improvement in coordination.
  5. It really really works!  The Spineforce definitely delivers.  Because of the way it engages your brain and works your body in three dimensions, your deep spinal muscles can’t help but get stronger.  The muscles not only increase in size but also in their reactivity.  That is, they aren’t lazy anymore but are there when you need them.

 

Our facility’s SpineForce in action

 

We supplement your Spineforce exercises with other simple exercises you can take home with you so that you can keep up your gains.

 

What challenges do you have in getting your spine stronger and healthier?
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