Lifting Properly & Saving your Back. Back Injuries. Chances are you already know how painful back injuries can be, so there shouldn't be any need to convince you about the importance of protecting your back.
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To demonstrate this, think of your back as a lever. With the fulcrum in the center of the lever, how many pounds would it take to lift a ten pound object?
With the fulcrum in the center, it takes 10 pounds to lift the 10-pound object. However, if you shift the fulcrum to one side, it will change... If you think about it, when you bend over to pick something up, your waist acts as the fulcrum point in a lever system; and it is certainly not centered.
Look up while you lift to keep the curves in your back.
Use the golfer’s lift for lightweight hard to reach items.