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  1. J. Emory
    March 10, 2010

    Rusty,

    Nice! Glad someone else has found this to be true. I learned about bridging from Matt Furey, and I have had no LOWER back pain for over 4 yrs. All I do is 3 reps/day holding for about 10-15 sec/rep, and wala!! BTW I play a lot of golf, so lower back pain has bothered me for the past 15 yrs.

  2. Anonymous
    March 29, 2010

    I know this is an older post, but Rusty, if you’re still reading comments here….

    I know your personal experience is with lower back pain, but if you happen to find some, I’d love to get information on how to eliminate pain in the MID-back. It seems that quite a few people experience this but I don’t have the slightest idea which muscles to strengthen (and what exercises will strengthen them), or what opposing/antagonist muscles might be yanking things out of place or adding stress.

  3. Janalyne
    April 4, 2010

    I absolutely love bridges…hip, back, and neck bridging has tremendous benefits in my own workouts and I’ve used it with clients as well for increasing strength and decreasing back pain. Many clients comment on noticing a change after just the first few workouts!

  4. G.P.
    July 29, 2010

    I was doing back bridges when I was younger back in my elementary, middle school and high school days and let me tell ya, back bridges feel damn good! Everything gets a nice stretch! I’m starting to get back into bridges since I started working out again. I’m 30 now. I can’t hold a bridge for too long yet since I haven’t done it in years but from what I can do it feels pretty good especially for the lower back.

  5. Back Pain Relief Products
    September 24, 2010

    The wrestler’s Bridge is a very good exercise to build neck strength, for back pain, I find back extensions effective, strong abdominal muscles can also reduce back pain, especially lower back pain.

  6. Joseph
    September 27, 2010

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  7. Jay Jay
    April 4, 2011

    I have a bad back and have had to have specialist treatment to keep it mobile, but have been told that the only way to alleviate the pain totally is to operate. I am getting less and less able to exercise to keep my muscles strong. I have found that supplements help (like KreAlkalyn which is a form of Creatine) as it gives me a boost to help continue with my exercises. Just because you see a fit, healthy looking body with good muscle mass, doesn’t mean that body is feeling good – take it from me.

  8. Missed Period
    April 14, 2011

    wow, thanks for the videos. i need this. much time on the computer sometimes makes you forget your posture… and then you become comfortable… haaaay… but really, thanks for this post! very helpful!

  9. Sol Hinchliffe
    July 14, 2011

    Back bridges should be done with supervision and care if one is still new to the exercise. Injury claims specially for back injuries should be taken into consideration when exercises for the individual are usually back related workouts.

  10. Immunization Schedule
    September 13, 2011

    This video is really helpful. It helped me with my back injuries. I would surely recommend this to anyone! Thank you!!

  11. hugh
    September 1, 2012

    the back bridge is the best exercise you can do for your spine & back. just learned about them @ the end of 2011 nov/dec through cc paul coach wade.his message is excellant for get the titles,just use his knowledge you cant go wrong. cc 1&2 cant put them down. cant wait for #3. thanks h p m

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