Thought it would be interesting to see the age spread here.
Oh boy, you should check my someone once told that there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers24, as y'all can probably tell by all the questions.
is52 this weekend - still think like I'm 19...
My 'core' started getting weaker the day I retired from the Air Force and thus also retired from mandatory PT. After having my back blow out a couple times my chiropractor recommended I start doing planks - front (like a push-up but on your elbows), side, and opposite arm/leg. That was about two years ago, and ever since then I have not had a recurrence - a couple 'twinges', but no full-blown can't stand up days any more. IOW, keep your 'core' strong and your back may not have as many issues... but of all things I bent over to put my boots on one morning in February and something popped in my back
There was this show called 1000 ways to die that told weird death stories & a stripper used one of these after her performance and her chest was so big from implants it killed her (She was also drunk and on pills). Glad the table works for you! Don’t get any breast enlargements and drink!Before I broke my back I had major back pain from a pinched sciatic nerve that bothered me for a few years and I could barely bend over to tie my shoes until I bought an inversion table that allowed me to hang upside down and after 1.5 months all of my back pain literally disappeared. The inversion table allows you to decompress your spine allowing the disc's in between the vertebrae to rehydrate and do their job. For all of you who have back trouble, I highly recommend an inversion table.
That explains it all... You see the world up side down and too much blood gets to your brain.The inversion table allows you to decompress your spine allowing the disc's in between the vertebrae to rehydrate and do their job.