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Get Rid of your Sore Back with Better Recovery

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Our backs are under a lot of pressure throughout the day. Between working out, commuting, household activities, and sitting at a desk for extended periods of time, we don’t give our backs much of a break. It’s no surprise that sore backs are a common occurrence. If you’re reading this, you probably understand just how big of a nuisance that nagging sensation can be. What you may not know is exactly what you can do to get rid of it, fast!

Why is my Back Sore?

There are many factors that can contribute to a sore back.  The most common are overuse, poor mechanics, and inactivity. Overuse occurs from pushing yourself beyond your normal activity levels, whether that’s from hitting it hard at the gym or doing extra chores around the house. Physical activity creates microtears in your muscle fibers, which then initiates the inflammatory response in your body.

Inflammation is necessary for the body to deliver the nutrients that help repair muscles. However, when you don’t clear out the waste, swelling typically occurs. This buildup of waste puts pressure on the nerves and causes discomfort.

On the other end of the spectrum, too little activity can also cause sore and tight muscles. Your body’s repair process relies on movement, which is why we loosen up after participating in low stress movements, such as walking or dynamic stretches. The right amount of movement allows muscles to remain fluid and perform optimally. The trick is to find the balance between too much or too little.

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For those who sit at a desk all day, it’s natural to find yourself in compromised positions. It takes a lot of effort to remain in proper posture for an entire day. Slouching is inevitable. While entirely avoidable, it’s highly impractical to think we can keep proper mechanics 24/7 with everything else that needs our attention. To deal with the poor posture, inactivity, and overuse, many people have seen success with using Marc Pro to enhance their recovery and provide relief to sore, tight muscles.

Sore Lower Back?

Our back muscles are engaged for most of our daily activities. So, when your lower back is sore or tight it’s hard to ignore. Moving your body (aka muscle contractions) is what starts the process for repairing damaged tissue.

Marc Pro’s patented technology puts our recovery tool in a class of its own. By creating non-fatiguing muscle contractions, Marc Pro can be used to reduce soreness and tightness without worry. Using the lower back placement, you can easily get the recovery benefits of muscle movement while sitting on the couch at home.

Keeping your back muscles active during periods of inactivity is a great way to erase tightness and proactively prevent issues. Marc Pro provides the ideal amount of movement, in an easy and effective way, to keep your back healthy and feeling great.

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Sore Upper Back?

Regardless of if your sore upper back is caused from adding in a new exercise to your workout program or sitting hunched over a desk for hours on end, Marc Pro’s upper back placement will help provide the relief you need. A recovery session with Marc Pro is easy will make your upper back feel fresh and loose.

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Note: Every Marc Pro comes with the option to participate in one-on-one coaching to help you get the most out of your device. We encourage all customers to take advantage of this free program as much or little as you need to get your best recovery results.