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Osteopath Brendon Talbot shares his secret exercise to strengthen your core and lower back

An osteopath has revealed his secret exercise for getting a ‘bulletproof’ core instead of doing crunches. 

Brendon Talbot, a Canadian health practitioner who specialises in bone and muscle tissue, shared the exercise where he moves a kettlebell around his body passing it from one hand to the other in a video posted to TikTok

In the now-viral clip, he demonstrated the exercise which he said builds core stability, improves balance and coordination and strengthens the lower back. 

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Canadian osteopath, Brendon Talbot, revealed his secret exercise for getting a ‘bulletproof’ core, strengthening the lower back and improve balance and coordination instead of doing crunches

The movement involves passing a kettlebell around the body from one hand to the other.

Mr Talbot said to make sure to engage your core and lower back when performing the exercise, to start with a low weight, and make sure to stop if you feel pain.

In the comments, the osteopath advised starting by doing the movement for 30 second each way twice a week and slowly increase the weight of the kettlebell as you get used to it. 

‘Start light – form is always more important than the weight,’ he said. 

The clip has been viewed more than 70,900 times and racked up dozens of comments from fans praising the helpful tip.

The movement involves passing a kettlebell around the body from one hand to the other

In a video posted to TikTok, he demonstrated the exercise which he said builds core stability, improve balance and coordination and strengthens the lower back

In a video posted to TikTok, he demonstrated the exercise, where he a passes kettlebell around the body from one hand to the other, which he said builds core stability, improve balance and coordination and strengthens the lower back

‘This will definitely help with not over stressing my lower back,’ one woman wrote. 

‘Wow yes I can really feel this! Thanks,’ said a second.

‘I need to know more of exercises like these! I’ve been struggling with chronic back pain for years and crunches intensifies my pain,’ a third viewer commented.  

Mr Talbot has built up a following for more than 1.6million people on TikTok for his informative videos with tips and tricks on how to improve bodily function. 

In a previous video, revealed the common signs your lymphatic system is backed up and some simple movements to improve flow.  

The Canadian practitioner shared the signs your lymphatic system, which helps your body get rid of toxins, may be restricted including headaches, brain fog and fatigue.

Mr Talbot (pictured) has built up a following for more than 1.6million people on TikTok for his informative videos with tips and tricks on how to improve bodily function.

Mr Talbot (pictured) has built up a following for more than 1.6million people on TikTok for his informative videos with tips and tricks on how to improve bodily function. 

In the clip, he also demonstrated three movements he says helps improve lymph flow and reduce inflammation.  

Mr Talbot lists the signs of a restricted lymphatic system as constipation, headaches, brain fog, fatigue, morning stiffness, acne, random food sensitivities, inflammation, auto immune disease and constant infections.

The first movement, the osteopath recommends is to sit up straight on a bench or chair, stretch your arms out to the side and make small circular movements.

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Canadian osteopath, Brendon Talbot, has revealed the sign of a backed up lymphatic system and three simple movements to improve flow and reduce inflammation

Canadian osteopath, Brendon Talbot, has revealed the sign of a backed up lymphatic system and three simple movements to improve flow and reduce inflammation

The first movement, the osteopath recommends is to sit up straight on a bench or chair, stretch your arms out to the side and make small circular movements

The first movement, the osteopath recommends is to sit up straight on a bench or chair, stretch your arms out to the side and make small circular movements

Secondly, he stays sitting up straight folds his arms in front of him and twists his torso side to side. 

His final exercise it to get on your hands and knees, lifts his knee up to his chest then extends his leg out behind him and repeats the movement.

In the clip’s comments, Mr Talbot said daily walking is another great was to improve lymphatic flow.

Secondly, he stays sitting up straight folds his arms in front of him and twists his torso side to side

Mr Talbot lists the signs of a restricted lymphatic system as constipation, headaches, brain fog, fatigue, morning stiffness, acne, random food sensitivities, inflammation, auto immune disease and constant infections

Secondly, he stays sitting up straight folds his arms in front of him and twists his torso side to side

His final exercise it to get on your hands and knees, lifts his knee up to his chest then extends his leg out behind him and repeats the movement

The video has been viewed more than 3.1million times on TikTok and racked up hundreds of comments from his fans

His final exercise it to get on your hands and knees, lifts his knee up to his chest then extends his leg out behind him and repeats the movement

The video has been viewed more than 3.1million times on TikTok and racked up hundreds of comments from his fans.

‘I’m actually in shock.. I did these movements everyday as an exercise before and I had felt the best I ever had felt,’ one person wrote.

‘I got some of my co-workers doing these exercises. I have been doing them for years. They are life saving when you’re on your feet all day,’ sad a second.


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