Why ‘Spot-Treating’ A Painful Movement Problems Does Not Work
This is what balance looks like. Rather I should say, this is how the body finds ‘balance’ when joint dysfunction and movement […]
What a Year’s Worth of Progress Looks Like
“The photo on the left (June 2020) is of a guy I barely recognize (to be fair, I was in an intense […]
Why Does The Curve of The Spine Matter?
The main reason is where force/compression occurs on the discs. A spine with balanced curves (figure 1.) evenly distributes compressive forces across […]
How Long Does Your Program Take Each Day?
I love it when people ask me this because they are focused more on the process of what it takes to create […]
The Single-Leg Stand Assessment
Every time you walk, nearly 60% of that time is spent with only one leg on the ground. If you are experiencing […]
A Simple Position to Check Movement Health
The ‘tune’ of your health is quantifiable. When you go see the doctor for a regular checkup, key parameters are measure. Height, […]
Cardio and Repetitive Movement
Let’s say riding a bike (or insert any exercise/movement) hurts your back. There are two main ways to approach this problem: Riding […]
Getting The Pelvis To Move Again
Restoring movement to the pelvis is a huge milestone for people who experience muscular imbalance, dysfunction, and movement problems. It’s a milestone […]
The hip joint was designed to flex, extend, internally rotate, externally rotate, move away from the center of body (abduction), and move […]
Am I Too Old To Change?
You are only too old to change if you think you are too old to change. In 2014 I remember limping into […]
There is a lot an X-ray or MRI does not tell you.
The photo on the left shows this woman’s body when she was experiencing back pain. The white lines were drawn in-between both […]
Help! I’m in a flare-up!
You are reading this because your symptoms are unusually high right now and you need a gameplay, and fast. Please read this […]