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Hi everyone,

 

 

Happy Monday. I hope you all had a great weekend and are pumped up for another great week of throwing and training.

 

 

Football is on TV and that can only mean one thing: Indoor track season is right around the corner.

 

 

In just about 3 months, you will be attending your first track meets and competing against other throwers.

 

 

If you have been reading this blog, viewing the videos, and practicing all summer, you will have no problem.

 

 

If, like 99% of throwers out there, you sat on your butt all summer and did nothing, good luck to you. Hopefully you don’t have to throw against a committed athlete who trained all summer and has the desire to win at all costs.

 

 

Today’s blog continues our discussion of lower back pain for throwers. Today I visit my chiropractor for an adjustment and a short interview. WATCH THIS! This is very important and will help your perform at your best and be a healthier athlete.

 

 

 

 

 

As you can see, nothing I have written in the past few days has had anything to do with fixing. It is all about PREVENTING. Just like doing preventive maintenance on your car or on your teeth, preventive steps are needed to keep your back healthy and pain free.

 

 

I know, I know. Your back doesn’t hurt now so why go through the trouble?

 

 

I said the same thing a few years ago right before I got badly hurt. You need to take precautions. Get adjusted. Find a professional to help you get healthy.

 

 

If NBA, NFL, MLB, MLS, and other professional athletes use chiropractors to stay healthy, you should too.

 

 

If you are in the Boston area, you need to check out Denette Family Chiropractic. Dr. Dan and Dr. Kris are the best.

 

 

Check back in tomorrow to learn three of my favorite exercises to strengthen your hamstrings, hips, and lower back.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Coach Matt Ellis

 

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