Born in Scotland and raised in the USA, G.C. (Cam) Cameron was introduced to massage, weightlifting, calisthenics and boxing by his father, a physical fitness instructor in the British Army. A love of comedy impelled Cam into theatre, performing as an actor, stuntman, and fight choreographer. Increasingly fascinated by martial arts’ Cam quit theatre, spending the next 20 years teaching tai chi, kung fu, and shiatsu.

A catastrophic back injury changed everything. Unable to lift his left leg, take a deep breath, or stand up straight, Cam applied his martial art knowledge to no avail. Desperate Cam tried isometric flex of the glutes and inner thighs, squeezing the heels inward at 30% power for 30 seconds. Relief was instantaneous. Ten minutes later the spasms returned. Another 30 seconds squeeze and the pain disappeared.

At this moment Revive-A-Back was born. In three weeks applying simple 30-second flexes Cam was symptom free. Above and beyond pain relief, flexing for 30-seconds at 30% power 3 x a day produced a greater degree of strength and suppleness than years of martial art workouts of 3-5 hours a day. These brief flexes became the template for Revive-A-Back simple flexes that trigger the body’s ability to heal and self-correct.

The joy of teaching Revive-A-Back is that the body works; if you give it a chance. To give the body a chance requires a change of focus, concentrating on what you can do, not what you can’t do, creating an attitude of encouragement.

Muscles and bones are designed for strength, heart and soul are made for courage. Treating all manner of injuries, from athletic mishap to catastrophic trauma, stroke and paralysis, Cam says it is easy to feel overwhelmed; but don’t worry: 
      Feeling like you’re over your head 
      Just means you’re going deeper.

Revive-A-Back changes more than muscles, Revive-A-Back changes our vision of the body, removing habitual opinions and making apparent our divine design. Our muscles and bones know how to repair injuries, restore balance and release tension. By removing unconscious negative habits, we trigger the body’s healing capacity to repair injury, restore strength, courage, hope and peace of mind.

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