How to become UNBREAKABLE and Live without Pain.

Posted on 22. Apr, 2009 by in Back to Health

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Sounds awesome doesn’t it? I have been writing about being Unbreakable and indestructible for a while now, and I have gotten some awesome feedback from people on what being “Unbreakable” and indestructible means to them.

I have also gotten a lot of questions about just how to become this “Unbreakable” person that I keep talking about all of the time.

I have even gotten some emails from people telling me that it is impossible to be Unbreakable and trying to do so is a waste of time…sigh….

“Broken People”

Here is a short list of things I have heard from people in just the last month…

“I cannot continue my workout because my shoulder is killing me and it is getting worse. I have been to 2 different doctors, and a physical therapist and it still bothers me everyday. Should I just quit while I am ahead?”

“My lower back hurts so much each morning, I cannot get out of bed for 20 minutes. I have to lay there and slowly warm up before I can step foot on the floor.”

“I can no longer pick up my baby because the pain in my wrists and elbows is so bad. I am scared to death that I will never be able to hold my baby again. There has to be something I can do. So far, my doctor wants me to stop using my arm for a month. My baby needs me now. Is there anything you can do to help me?”

“My son might have to take his entire junior season off because his shoulder never got better from last season. Even the therapist doesn’t think he will ever pitch again. X-rays and MRIs are normal…he is devastated. Is there any advice that you can give me to help him get his shoulder back to normal?”

“I had to stop training totally because I kept messing up my shoulder, and lower back. I lost all of the strength and size that I had gained over the last year. It sucks! I hate not being able to train. Its killing me to sit here and do nothing. My life is working out and training and now I cant! Dude, you have to help me figure this out!”

“I have taken so much Advil lately it doesn’t work for me anymore. Not to mention that my stomach is a mess from it now. I am tired of the constant pain everyday. You helped me once before with my knee injury, is there anything you can advise me on to help me with my low back problem? I cant even concentrate at work now and I had to cancel my vacation because of this back problem. Keith please help!”

The list goes on…

Life is just not the same for many people!

It is amazing to me how many people out there are stopped in their tracks from reaching their goals, continuing with their exercise or training programs or doing all of the things that they love to do.

I get emails all week from people asking me to help them with their injuries so they can get back to working out, or better…start living without the chronic pain that is taking over their life.

I read people’s profiles on Facebook about how much their back hurts, or how they are making countless doctor’s appointments because they cannot seem to figure out what is going on with their messed up bodies.

Living Pain Free and Doing ALL of the things you love to do again is easier than you think.


Yet, most of these people still have no idea how easy being pain free could be. Most have no clue how fast they could take control of their lives again and start doing ALL of the things that they have been missing out on for months or even years. Most don’t remember how it feels to be pain free.

I have spent the last 18 years devoted to helping people solve their problems with their bodies. Whether it was rehabbing people after surgery, helping people to rid themselves of chronic lower back pain, curing frozen shoulder, or just helping people to get stronger so they could do things again…I have helped countless people get their lives back for good.

Finally, There is a system for all of this…


I decided last year that I was going to develop a system and share my techniques with people so anyone could learn to live pain free…so everyone could get their lives back and start living full go, without restrictions. My goal was to build a total system with all of my techniques, tricks, and tools that I have used over the last 18 years with people and finally share them with everyone that is sick and tired of living with pain and not being able to do all of the things that they love to do.

If you are one of those people who is sidelined by pain or injury…or a person that is tired of feeling like you are 10 years older than you really are….or if you are someone that has never fully recovered from old injuries or physical problems and would like to feel “good’’ again, I know my system can help you.

Stay tuned, because very soon, everyone will be able to experience what it feels like to be UNBREAKABLE and Indestructible, while living without pain and without fear of injury and limitations.

If you are interested in something like this, I would love to hear from you. Leave me a comment and let me know why you are someone that needs a system like this. Let me know why you would be a perfect candidate for living an UNBREAKABLE life.

12 Responses to “How to become UNBREAKABLE and Live without Pain.”

  1. Dave

    22. Apr, 2009

    Keith

    I would be totally interested in a program like this. I am always getting hurt and needing to take time off of my training programs. I eat Advil like they are candy.

    When you get to be over the age of 35, things start to hurt a lot more than they did when you were younger. Sine I never took good care of myself I think i am paying for it now.

    I dont have a slow down switch or an off switch so I keep pushing through it all.

    I need to be fixed bad. I dont know if someone can be totally indestructible, but i am very interested in your system and will be waiting for it to pop up. count me in brother!

  2. Molly

    22. Apr, 2009

    Hi Keith!

    I have been dealing with chronic joint pain for many years and would love to hear how I could become “UNBREAKABLE.” I have suffered from old sports injuries from my teenage years and can only imagine what it would be like to live pain free again! Please tell me MORE about this system!

    Thank you!

  3. Eileen

    22. Apr, 2009

    You had me at “live pain free”. I would love to hear more. As you know, I have had knee pain recently, but I refuse to let it get in the way of my work outs…hopefully that plan won’t backfire on me!! I am looking forward to hearing more about how to be Unbreakable!

  4. Kaiser

    22. Apr, 2009

    Very exciting stuff, Keith – I’ve been following your stuff for a while now, and I can definitely vouch that you know your stuff when it comes to the human body -

    Looking forward to see what you have coming next -

  5. Simon Dosovitz

    22. Apr, 2009

    Keith,

    This is ABSOLUTLY what I need. I can’t wait for you to put it out.

  6. Matt

    22. Apr, 2009

    Keith,

    Just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your regular fitness articles and that I’ve incorporated some of the techniques and concepts into my own regular workouts.

    For the last few months I’ve been seriously training in Brazilian jiu-jitsu about 3-4 times a week and also jogging and lifting a couple times a week. My goal is to start competing in tournaments so I’m really pushing myself. People sometimes say to me, “You’re 37 – are you sure you want to START competing in tournaments at that age?” To which I answer, “Absolutely.” I’ve found that having a goal like that really helps inspire my training and gets me to the gym even when I don’t feel like it.

    Really looking forward to hearing more about your “Unbreakable and Indestructible” techniques – bet a few of those will come in handy!

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

  7. Jo

    22. Apr, 2009

    Count me in I have tried all sorts of things to get done with lower back pain except for surgery. PT, Chiropractic, RX900 machines..I’m now at Rolf which helps a lot. If I stay still and don’t do much it doesn’t hurt but as soon as I start doing stuff it’s bad again. I’m more than willing to try anything besides surgery.

  8. Danny

    22. Apr, 2009

    Keith,

    I’ve been training with weights for over 25 years now & it seems that my recent injuries just won’t go away. Now that I’m 42, I guess I’m going to have to live with the fact that I’m not a kid anymore.
    My problem is that I live in the sticks of Northern Ontario and we don’t have any Dr’s or PT’s up here that specialize in sports injuries. I tried one about half an hours drive from here & he did absolutely nothing for me.
    I’m so desperate for some relief that on Friday, I’ll be driving five & a half hours south to see a PT that my buddy has had some success with.
    I’m really looking forward to your “Unbreakable & Indestructible” techniques.
    Thanks

  9. Jeff

    23. Apr, 2009

    Keith,

    Would absolutely love to have a resource I could reference to pinpoint and alleviate painful symptoms. I already have a number of books regarding nutrition and training in my library, but nothing on this subject matter. Would definitely fill a void.
    Thanks,
    Jeff

  10. Jared

    23. Apr, 2009

    Hey Keith I am just going to reiterate what everyone has been saying. Granted I am not as bad as some of your initial emails, in fact I think I am pretty good for the most part minus an old hip injury. I would love to find out how to continue get pain free and continue living it. I am tired of going to “specialists”, no one knows my body better then me so having a resource that I could utilize to help fix myself or prevent injuries would be priceless.

    Jared

  11. David

    24. Apr, 2009

    I have bulging discs at L4/4 & L5/S1, stenosis and some scoliosis. To put is bluntly, my lower back is very fragile and I have to work on it every morning as soon as I struggle out of bed. It also affects my sleeping. If “Unbreakable & Indestructible” can help in any way, I will give it 100% effort.

  12. Daron

    28. Apr, 2009

    Hey Keith, you have taken care of me in the past. So this piece about being unbreakable sounds real good for me due to having plantar faciatis in my left foot from my stomping the foot days at Cienega. I also have constant soreness from exercising. I stretch everyday and take vitamins but soreness is constant.

    Thanks,

    Daron

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