My Back Pain Coach Review

Back Pain Coach promises to help men and women of all ages cure their back pain by teaching them a 16 minute, 8 movement exercise. Here’s how review of how Back Pain Coach works.

What is Back Pain Coach?

Back Pain Coach is a video-based training system that teaches you a 16 minute, 8 movement exercise to cure your back pain.

The exercise claims to release a flood of biochemicals into your system, healing your back pain at the source and permanently relieving your pain.

By adding basic movements to your life, you can cure yourself of the agony of back pain – or at least, these are the promises made by the video training system.

The core of the program consists of a 28 minute online video. That video explains the unique sequence of 8 movements that will cure your back pain.

Other parts of the training program include nine additional coaching videos about strengthening your back as well as one-on-one coaching after you’ve completed the back pain exercises.

What’s the Story Behind Back Pain Coach?

Back Pain Coach – like many online exercise programs sold online – comes with a weird and fascinating story.

The creator of the program claims he tried everything when trying to cure his back pain. He tried pain medication, massage therapy, acupuncture, yoga, chiropractors, and many other types of treatments. He claims he “drew the line at surgery”. Suffering through unbearable pain, the author of Back Pain Coach randomly met a guy from Serbia named Bojan.

Bojan saw our author suffering with back pain and claimed he knew a cool trick to cure back pain and provide permanent pain relief.

That trick involved going through eight “simple movements” that relieved back pain. Within less than 16 minutes of going through these motions, our author had treated his back pain.

Afterwards, he claims he’s run 30 miles a week since then and “never experienced back pain again.”

Contrary to what you may have guessed, Bojan didn’t know from “ancient Serbian miracle” or anything along those lines. Instead, Bojan had graduated with a Master’s Degree of Exercise Science from the University of Belgrade. He created some exercise training miracle involving biomechanics, anatomy, and physiology “at a level most healthcare professionals simply don’t have.”

The method is described as controversial because it involves triggering the body’s natural healing mechanisms that eliminate pain.

The creator of the program never explains why this was controversial.

By performing certain movements, you can trigger the release of blood into the affected areas of your back, forcing your body to heal itself in the most natural way possible.

To show this process in action, the creator of Back Pain Coach has posted a thermal image of some guy’s back. Before treatment, that guy’s back is covered in blue, green, and purple colors, indicating that he’s ice cold. After treatment, the guy’s body is totally warm, and the warmer colors indicate that blood has flooded into the region. The timestamp on the two photos is about 30 minutes apart. Back Pain Coach claims this is “proof” that Back Pain Coach works.

What Are the 8 Movements in Back Pain Coach?

So what exactly are the mysterious 8 movements in Back Pain Coach that promise to transform your body and revitalize your natural healing processes? The creator of Back Pain Coach posts some information about these 8 movements but is deliberately vague about how they work.

Here’s how three of those movements are described:

— Movement #1: Begins activating imbalanced muscles, preparing them for release

— Movement #5: Decompresses the lower back, and “clients often visibly exhale as years of pent up tension is released.”

— Movement #8: “Gently compresses the spine to flush old blood out of your discs, then pull in new blood for even more healing.”

By repeating all 8 of the Back Pain Coach movements, the creator of the program claims you can enjoy:

— Walking Taller
— Improved Posture
Stronger Abs And A Stronger Core
— Increased Blood Flow, Oxygen, And Nutrients

Back Pain Coach Pricing

Back Pain Coach is priced at $37.

You can pay using the secure online form at MyBackpainCoach.com and process payments using VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or PayPal.

After you make your payment, you’ll immediately receive an email explaining how to get access to the program.

If you think paying $37 for an online video is expensive, then the creator of the program reassures you by stating that he could easily double or triple the price and make more money. He doesn’t do this because “from my perspective, putting a price on your pain isn’t something you should be forced to do.” Wow, what a nice guy!

All purchases also come with a 60 day money back guarantee. You can receive a full refund anytime within 60 days. As the creator of Back Pain Coach explains, “if you don’t get results, I don’t want your money. Period.”

What’s Included with Back Pain Coach?

Back Pain Coach includes all of the following components:

— Back Pain Relief Core Training Video (explains the 8 movements over a 28 minute video presentation)
— Mini-Coaching Video Sessions for Back Pain Relief
— One-on-One Coaching (“Just contact us and we’ll be glad to assist however we can”)
— The Begin Your Day Program

Who Made Back Pain Coach?

Back Pain Coach is made by a guy in Beaufort, South Carolina named Ian Hart who runs a back pain clinic.

Ian claims that he charges $250 for a scheduled back pain session or $150 for a group session.

Ian Hart has a Bachelor of Science and is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. Becoming a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist doesn’t actually require you to take a test or do anything: you just have to pay some organization $120 a year, as seen in this membership guide.

Unlike with many online training programs sold online, the creator of this program isn’t using a pseudonym or pen name. Ian Hart is a real individual. You can see his Facebook profile here.

Hart’s Facebook profile lists that he is the founder of My Back Pain Coach, the owner of Back Pain Relief 4 Life, the owner of EarthFit Gym, and has previously worked at Equinox and CRUNCH.

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