Wednesday, June 3, 2009

More excercise means less back pain

A new study at the University of Alberta found that people with chronic lower-back pain get far more benefits from more-frequent workouts. Specifically, people who hit the gym 4 days per week experienced 28 percent less pain and 36 percent less "disability" than people who worked out just two or three days per week.

The Spartan Diet advocates daily exercise, with an emphasis on walking. The human body is not designed to sit in chairs, and is not designed to go even one day without some exercise. By walking, working out and exercising every single day, most people can avoid all back pain, as well a an uncountable number of other problems caused the unnatural act of sitting around all day.