“Why should I trust you, Ian?”
That is exactly one of the most popular questions that Ian Hart, BS, CSCS of My Back Pain Coach gets.
If you have read somewhere that Ian was featured on OK Magazine, Self Magazine, CBS, NY1 News, Fox News, Men's Health etc, you should believe that.
I have researched that claim, and Ian Hart really was featured in OK Magazine:
Quoted In OK! Magazine
He was quoted in the February 16, 2009 edition of OK! Magazine.
At that time, he was a personal training manager at Crunch Gym, New York City. He was there from June 2008 to June 2009 and his job was hiring, educating, training, managing and leading personal trainers.
Featured In SELF Magazine
You can find Ian Heart in several SELF Magazine articles.
However, there is one particular thing that makes Ian Hart the person you should trust when it comes to improving your back pain:
His personal experience battling his own back pain for 10 years.
Ian actually fell hard while playing basketball and injured his spine. He also broke a small bone in a vertebrae.
For those who never have suffered with chronic and debilitating back pain, they won't understand how awful the feeling is.
Just like you, Ian tried just about every available therapy and treatment he could find (except surgery), including chiropractors, acupuncture, yoga, pain medicine, and more.
One day, Ian met Bojan (pronounced “Bo-yan”) who forever changed his life. He is originally from Serbia, and earned his Master's degree in Exercise Science from the University of Belgrade (top university in Serbia, also the oldest and largest).
|Ian Hart and Bojan in one of the instructional videos of My Back Pain Coach|
When Bojan saw there's something wrong with Ian, and after knowing that Ian had back pain, he pulled Ian aside and guided him through 8 simple exercises in less than 16 minutes that amazingly relieved his back pain. Ian's pain was gone, something that never happened after spending thousands of dollars.
You can see Bojan in the exercise videos of My Back Pain Coach.
In conclusion, Ian Hart is an expert you can trust on.
Check out his informative interview on lower back pain and exercise with Dr. Stuart MgGill here: