Bulletproof Low Back: A Sneak Peak At My New eBook! | Dylan Conrad Fitness | Personal Trainer in West Los Angeles

I first experienced low back pain when I was a Freshman in high school. I remember after a day of doing cleans with the football team, I couldn’t bend over to tie my shoe without excruciating pain. What I thought was a concern only for people with gray hair, was now a true priority in my life as an adolescent. The healing process was slow, physical therapist visits didn’t really seem to be doing anything, and the frustration just mounted. I couldn’t play football for a full month! I knew there must be a quicker and more efficient way to fix this. After all, it’s not like I knew any personal trainers in West Los Angeles to help me out 🙂

13 years later, it hit me. Don’t get injured in the first place.

Bulletproof. Your. Back.

Things you should know about low back pain:

  • 60-75% of people with low back pain will have recurring low back pain
  • Acute low back pain is NOT short-term
  • Manipulations to the spine ONLY will alleviate the symptoms TEMPORARILY
  • Corrective strategies are necessary to get the body out of dysfunctional postures and movement patterns that are influencing the low back pain
  • You can and should exercise after acute back pain subsides
  • Low back pain is most likely influenced from poor postural habits
  • It’s not just a weak core issue and it’s not just a tightness or weakness issue


  • You have severe pain below the knee
  • Developed low back pain following an accident
  • Have developed bladder problems
  • History of cancer or tumor
  • Fever, high temperature, or started sweated as a result of the low back pain


What type of back do you have?

Flat Back AKA No Ass Syndrome

 flat back

Military Back AKA Great Tush Syndrome


military back

Kypotic Back AKA Quasi-Moto Syndrome

sway back

Sway Back Back AKA Duck Butt Syndrome



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