What Other's are saying about Anders Varner and The Low Back Fix
"The system was the solution."
"Trust me, it totally helps."
I have not experienced back pain before when working out, or in general so I didn’t really know how to fix it. I scaled the workouts and missed most days directly after tweaking it but that wasn’t going to work for me because I can’t sit still. Anders helped me with some great weight bearing movements and stretches after class that have significantly helped improve my back. I have been doing the movements for a few days and have seen a noticeable difference in my range of motion and am not experiencing the pain anymore. If you are experiencing any type of back pain, don’t wait!!! Talk to Anders about what you can do to repair it, trust me it totally helps!
"I can honestly say that I have not had a problem since."
I have had back problems off and on all my adult life, a result of sports activities as a young man. Sometimes a pulled muscle but most often sciatica. My last bout with sciatica happened a few months ago. My usual method of relieving the pain was to do nothing until the pain finally subsided, usually a period of 4 to 6 weeks. That means I didn’t get to see Anders for weeks. This time Anders showed me some exercises so that I could work out without aggravating the sciatica during the healing period. Not only could I continue to work out but he showed me how to move properly so that I could strengthen the muscles around the problem area to prevent the problem from recurring. I can honestly say that I have not had a problem since.
"When I started working with Anders, I could not sit back up from laying down on a bench, I could not bend over to tie my shoes, I could barely do an air squat. Even though I was injured, he gave me exercises to do that worked all the major muscle groups. Back injuries totally suck but I'm so glad I had Anders' help to guide me through it. More importantly, he taught me how to engage my core and move in such a way that would help in preventing injury again. Invaluable."
"I was able to be a functional human again."
I travel a lot for work. When I say a lot, I mean that I am on a plane for 6+ hours at least 2 times a week. I am in and out of hotel rooms in strange beds with little rest. I am sitting most of the day. When I can train on the road it is more like maintenance of a rally vehicle. You are duct taping and welding to keep things together. When I make it home is where the real maintenance happens.
I have trained combat sports the majority of my life with moderate success as well as crossfitting. I have known Anders for a long time and knew that as we were both moving into our 30s that he would have had a plan on how to deal with this. 40 is the big number for men on most accounts and that I had time to correct this. Additionally, the pain was increasing steadily over the last year of travel. I am also slowly getting an ass... So I got that going for me. Which is nice