Spondylolisthesis is a condition in which a defect in a part of the spine causes vertebra to slip to one side of the body. While your spinal muscles need to be strengthened when you have this kind of condition, not all the exercises in this program are 100% safe as some movements may aggravate the condition. It is best that you discuss with your doctor which exercises are safe and not before you proceed with this program.
Articles in this section
- Hip Replacement - "Would these program not recommended for newer hip replacement where they used the frontal approach?"
- I've been doing the UYHF and Invincible Core but my lower back is hurting. Could this come from the modified curl?
- Spondylolisthesis - "Would this be safe for L4 Lumbar spondylolisthesis"
- Is your program safe for someone who had two knee replacements?
- Will Unlock Your Hip Flexors Program Help Create A Better Posture for Running?
- When Is The Best Time To Perform The Unlock Your Hip Flexor Exercises?
- Low Back Pain - "Will Unlock Your Hip Flexors Program Help Ease Low Back Pain?"
- Why Do My Hamstrings Cramp Up When I Am Doing Some Of The UYHF Movements?
- Which Workout Should Be Done First – Unlock Your Hip Flexors or Unlock Tight Hamstring?
- When Should I Do The Unlock Your Hip Flexors Exercises?