Sunday, July 17, 2011

Take Responsibility For Your Bad Back

Luke Ford writes: I have a friend with a bad back. He had surgery on it a year or two ago. And by the way he uses himself, I can tell he’s going to have nothing but trouble with his back in the future.

Despite this, he has zero interest at looking at his habits that are causing his problems.

This man — in his twenties — walks around with a chronically compressed neck and spine and hunched shoulders. There’s nothing he can do to overcome this. He can only learn to undo his habits that are causing his back problems.

This guy is big into exercise but every time he exercises, he only ingrains his bad habits deeper and deeper. 

I discuss the weekly Torah portion with Rabbi Rabbs every Monday at 7pm PST on my live cam and on YouTube. Facebook Fan Page. This week we study Parashat Pinchas (Numbers 25:10-30:1).

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