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JUNE 17, 2020: The First Clue To A Pain Free Back Came In The Most Unlikely Place...
Sometimes the solution to a centuries old problem can pop up in the strangest place - in this case, an amazing back pain tip that was literally sitting right before our eyes for eons. (1,2,3,4)

Do you or someone you know suffer from back pain? Ironically, the more we are sedentary as a
culture, the more incidences of back pain continue to skyrocket (8). However, there is a new back
pain tip on the horizon that happens to be not new at all – it was well known to the
Romans and had been recently rediscovered.

Archeologist Nathan Frederick, who specializes in Western European antiquities recently
rediscovered this ancient method. Frederick, who suffered from chronic back pain himself had
this to say: “I’m hunched over a lot for my job, which clearly involves a lot of detailed work
bend over something buried in the ground” begins Frederick, “and from there, I usually have to
enter my findings into my desktop computer. I found that being hunched over all day then
having to sit at a desk all evening long was about the worst combination for my back”

Frederick confides that he had previously tried all of the fad cures, without success; “I tried
CBD, I tried MCT oil, I tried just about everything you can think of” he states, “then one day I
had a breakthrough, and it came about in about the last way you’d think it would

Breakthrough On A Dig

“We were doing a dig near Ravenna, Italy and we had already exposed half a dozen statues
within an ancient Roman forum” begins Frederick. “I was having a pretty bad back pain day,
which was odd because I had spent most of the day standing while my students actually
conducted the dig. I leaned back to stretch my back out and looked up at one of the statues
we’d dug out, an early statue of Caesar Augustus, and that’s where it struck me like a bolt of
lightning!” exclaims Frederick.

“I was standing behind the statue, and I had a perfect look at the shape of Caesar’s back, and I
was floored. The shape of his back was nothing like mine, it was different.” Frederick hurriedly
ran to the other twelve statues, some male, some female, and was immediately gripped by a
powerful revelation. Not one of the statues had a spinal shape like a modern, 21st century
adult.
Notice a big difference in the posture depicted in this sculpture?
“The statues were rendered with a straight, upright spine like the letter J, where most people’s
spines are shaped more like the letter S” states Frederick. Later that night in his hotel room,
Frederick pulled up images of past digs and found the same spinal shape on virtually every
statue, both in Italy, France and across Western Europe. “The Romans knew something we
didn’t about proper posture, and I wanted to find out what they knew exactly”

Frederick then embarked on a months long quest to get to the bottom of this anomaly, and
finally ran his findings past a colleague who worked at a museum. “My colleague already knew
about the odd Roman posture, and also added some more valuable clues” begins Frederick,
“The average Roman Legionary would carry over 100 pounds of gear on a daily basis, and no
record exists of back pain, which is weird, because the Romans kept great records about
everything. (9)

Frederick goes on to elaborate on the unfolding of the mystery, “Your average Roman was
small person compared to modern standards. Roman males stood on average 5’-6”
which is pretty short by today’s standards. Their average weight was about 150 pounds, yet
they regularly carried 100 pounds of gear without back pain. I wanted to know how." (9)

The Answer Was Sitting In A Museum

“I was pondering this with my colleague at the museum when we paused in front of a Roman armor display. Armor isn’t my specialty, so I asked what it was, immediately struck by the shape of the Armor” says Frederick. The armor in question was plate armor for the torso, called Lorica Segmentata , which is a sort of breastplate.

“The armor forced the shoulders back, and made the spine straight!” exclaims Frederick. “It was like a revelation. That’s how they were able to carry so much weight without pain! The armor shaped their back into the perfect J shape, with their upper spine straight!” (9)

Convinced that this was the solution to the problem, Frederick decided to do some testing and development on his own; “I wanted to replicate the internal shape of the Lorica Segmentata, but of course not from steel. I wanted something that would force my back into the correct shape without having to wear a suit of armor”

The Ancient Roman Back Brace Is Born

“I tried a few iterations, and finally came up with a great device that I called the Ancient Roman Back Brace. Instead of steel and leather, I made it of modern, breathable fabric. I wanted to be able to wear it under a shirt so no one would see it” states Frederick.

“The first time I tried it on was like a hundred pounds was lifted from my shoulders. The brace forced my shoulders back and made my back into the perfect J shape I had seen on all those Roman statues. I didn’t take it off for three days, and I had previously never felt so good!” It turns out the Romans really did know something about how to fight back pain”
The Ancient Roman Back Brace

How It Works

The Ancient Roman Back Brace fights back pain in a very simple way - it corrects your posture with as little as two hours usage per day so that your spine is forced into the correct position (11). Comfortable to wear and nearly instantaneous in result, the Ancient Roman Back Brace builds excellent posture habits. (11)

Once the Posture Corrector is used regularly, back pain that has been present for years takes just a couple of weeks to be reduced (10). It's so comfortable it's really hard to tell you're even wearing anything!

A Special Offer For Our Readers

For a limited time, the Ancient Roman Back Brace is 26% off it's regular price! Suitable for both males and females, this revolutionary back pain product can be yours for an incredible price, but only if you act fast as quantities are extremely limited.

The Ancient Roman Back Brace comes in variety of sizes to fit all body types, and the company is so convinced that it will reduce your back pain that it is backed by a full 30 day money back guarantee.

Try it, wear it, and if your back pain isn't reduced within 30 days, send it back for a full refund!

Big Discounts For Larger Orders

It's recommended to wear the Ancient Roman Back Brace when you walk and exercise - which means it can quickly get sweaty and smelly. It's typically good to wash it twice a week. This is why we recommend ordering 2, 3 or 4 units of the back brace, so you can always have one to wear at any time!

This is why our readers can benefit from deep discounts on orders of 2, 3 or 4 units of the posture corrector.

Not Available In All Areas

Due to ridiculous demand, the Ancient Roman Back Brace is not available in all areas. Combined with the current 26% promotion, stock is extremely limited.
Evolution of human posture, with early posture  to the left, and modern posture to the right. Note the evolution of the spinal curvature
Lorica Segmentata
SCIENTIFIC STUDIES / MEDICAL EVIDENCE:
1: Effectiveness of lumbar orthoses in low back pain: Review of the literature and our results : https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6315306/
2: Effects of a wearable type lumbosacral support for low back pain among hospital workers: A randomized controlled trial: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5478519/
3: A RANDOMIZED CLINICAL TRIAL COMPARING EXTENSIBLE AND INEXTENSIBLE LUMBOSACRAL ORTHOSES AND STANDARD CARE ALONE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF LOWER BACK PAIN: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4521401/
4: Treatment of chronic low back pain in patients with spinal deformities using a sagittal re-alignment brace: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2655283/
5: Effectiveness of a Lumbar Belt in Subacute Low Back Pain: An Open, Multicentric, and Randomized Clinical Study: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/19179915/
6: Short-term Pain Evolution in Chronic Low Back Pain With Modic Type 1 Changes Treated by a Lumbar Rigid Brace: A Retrospective Study: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30053630/
7: Non-specific chronic low back pain in patients with scoliosis—an overview of the literature on patients undergoing brace treatment: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6879412/
8: Is Objectively Measured Sitting Time Associated with Low Back Pain? A Cross-Sectional Investigation in the NOMAD study: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4373888/
9: THE ROMAN IMPERIAL LEGION: https://www.unrv.com/military/legion.php
10: Postural awareness and its relation to pain: validation of an innovative instrument measuring awareness of body posture in patients with chronic pain: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5889545/
11: Scapular Bracing and Alteration of Posture and Muscle Activity in Overhead Athletes With Poor Posture: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3554027/
12: The Immobilizing Efficiency of Back Braces - Their Effect on the Posture and Motion of the Lumbosacral Spine: https://journals.lww.com/jbjsjournal/Citation/1957/39010/The_Immobilizing_Efficiency_of_Back_Braces__Their.12.aspx


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