Thank You Dean Somerset

Posted: 12.11.12

Tony_Dean_Rob

Last week I was on a plane home from a seminar in London I was thinking about how good my back was feeling after all the traveling I had been doing recently.

Long story short, I hurt my back over 10 years ago training, and ever since it has been something that has given me grief.

After years of trying everything under the sun, I can now travel without back pain or back pain medication.

This is a VERY BIG DEAL.

A few years ago, I couldn’t go a day without pain medications, let alone travel because my back was so bad.

Pain sucks.

Back pain sucks even more.

One of the people who has really helped me with this was Dean Somerset.

I found Dean Somerset through T-Nation.com, and started to read his blog.  The amount of information there was crazy.  It was different.  It was simple.  Most of all, it worked.

I took a ton of information from Dean and applied it to my own training, helping my back to heal and get stronger.

Along with this, I passed on a lot of  what I have learned from Dean to my clients at Heavyweights Training Center.  It is incredibly rewarding to help someone with back pain feel better.  I have been there, and I know how I felt once the pain went away!

When I got the chance to attend a seminar of Dean’s, there was no question I was going.

About a year ago I flew to Edmonton, Alberta to attend a seminar by Rick Kasselj on the lower core & spine, with Rick presenting along with Dean Somerset, Tony Gentilcore and Jeff Cubos.

Stoked isn’t the word.

Leaning from these guys was awesome and I was so happy to learn a ton that could help me and my clients.

Well today I am very happy indeed to be featured as a guest blog post on Dean’s blog with a blog post on “Back Friendly Leg Training”.

If you have any lower back issues, this blog will really help you, and even if you don’t, this blog post will help with some new leg training variety.

To check out the article on Dean’s blog, just click HERE or the link below.

http://deansomerset.com/2012/12/10/back-friendly-leg-training/

If you have any lower back issues, I really  hope this blog post helps you.  Please feel free to share it with anyone you know who could benefit from this.

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