Stuart McGill has built quite a name for himself over the years. It seems that in the past few years he’s really built a large following in the personal training, sports performance and fitness fields. LOW BACK Disorders is no joke. That’s for sure. He isn’t lying when he says this is evidence based. Every page is packed to the brim with research and flows from topic to topic utilizing scientific research to guide his thoughts and opinions.
The book is more of a text book really. It is not an easy read and it was meant for the clinician, not the average back pain patient. The book is set up in an easy to follow approach. McGill goes over in depth:
Interesting facts that this book brought up to me were:
If you’re a clinician, personal trainer or patient who wishes to truly understand back pain, then this book is for you. If you’ve got some back pain yourself, but are not as interested in the scientific literature and science behind it all, you might want to check out McGill’s other book. Ultimate Back Fitness and Performance.
3 Exercises To Get Back to Deadlifting After Lower Back Pain
How to Address Low Back Pain During Squatting
6 Pro Tips For Reducing Lower Back Pain During Deadlifts
Is It Bad to Round the Lower Back During a Deadlift?
How to Work with Athletes that Have Low Back Pain
How to Modify Squats for Painful Knees and Lower Backs
How to Modify Deadlifts for Lower Back Pain
The Missing Key to Correcting Anterior Pelvic Tilt