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3 Minutes to a Pain-Free Life: The Groundbreaking Program for Total Body Pain Prevention and Rapid Relief

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Relieve and prevent chronic pain forever with this simple, safe, and sure-fire three-minute daily program!

Imagine a world free of aches and back pain, headaches, joint stiffness, or arthritis; no expensive ergonomic equipment or pain medications. With Dr. Joseph Weisberg's revolutionary new system, a pain-free life is now within reach of everyone--even those who
Paperback, 320 pages
Published April 26th 2005 by Atria Books
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Ryan Mishap
This had the alarms on my bullshit detector clamoring, but when your boss gives you a book it is usually good policy to read it. And, hey, maybe it really is the secret to a pain-free life. Yeah, sure, because we've all been waiting for The Weisberg Way to save us!

The gist:

1) Humans evolved doing certain movements
2) Modern convenience and lifestyles--notably sitting--means we don't move that way anymore.
3) As a consequence, our musculoskeletal system doesn't get the proper range for healing the
My sister loaned me this book. It is pretty good. Makes sense. I started reading and found I knew a lot of the anatomy/physiology stuff already thanks to college courses, so I started skimming. Then I started just flipping pages thinking "ok, enough already, tell me the exercises!". Took forever, but I finally found them. I like how he says "to the pain, not through the pain". I like all the adaptations to the exercises. Some for older people, some for pregnant people, some for kids, some for at ...more
There was some stuff that I read that I didn't agree with but overall I think the concept is valid. I love the way the stretches have improved my quality of life and lowered my level of pain. I believe movement and flexibility is the key just like he says and sitting in chairs all day is killing us.
The author makes some important points for athletes that help to prevent injury and exercise in a healthy way. I appreciated his careful explanations even though some of the material was familiar. I plan to incorporate the stretches into my daily schedule.
If this book is true, it is the answer to all my problems. He makes a very convincing case. I am attempting to do his 3 minutes of daily stretches and see if it makes a difference in my life. Let's hope it does!
Interesting book ... got some stretches from it to add to my workout.
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