BackTrainer is a Windows 8, 10 Fitness App to Help Against Back Pain
BackTrainer is a cool new Windows 8 fitness app that has been recently released in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users. We have featured in our weekly Windows 8 Red Stripe Deals and now it’s time to have a closer look at it.
BackTrainer is a new Windows 8 fitness app that comes with the right exercises needed to protect against the back pains that are affecting hundreds of millions, if not billions of people worldwide. Many work in front of the computer, like myself, so these kind of exercises are essential to being healthy and be able to have a normal life and free of frustrating back pains that only those who are suffering from them know how painful they are.
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Windows 8 App BackTrainer looks after your back
BackTrainer offers a practical guide for people seeking to prevent lower-back and neck pain with the help of physical conditioning. The App features easy-to-do exercises that can be performed in gradual increments. BackTrainer’s videos and photos make all exercises easy to understand and perform without any exercise equipment.
The Windows 8 BackTrainer app is currently available for $2.49, but its price could go up after price promotion will have ended. However, there’s a 1 day free trial available, which is enough to get to know all its useful features. Besides the developer, medical practitioners and physiotherapists have contributed with their knowledge to create this app. It contains seven training programs that will help you reduce your back pain and also prevent it from appearing.
The exercises are really easy to follow, especially thanks to high-quality photos and videos. The workout program will strengthen the trunk muscles, the cervical spine (neck) and the lumbar column (lower back). Sever back pain or prolonged stay in front of the computer, as well as lack of exercising can cause serious damage to the spine and intervertebral discs, so you really don’t want this to happen.
That’s why such an app like BackTrainer comes in really handy, especially if you have a Windows 8 tablet, as it’s much easier to follow the exercises using a tablet than the computer. What’s really cool is that you get to learn about the anatomy of the spine, the significance of your trunk muscles, symptoms and other details that will help you understand better what is causing your back pain problems and how to solve them. The app has a size of slightly more than 350 megabytes and can be downloaded by following the link from below.
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