Old technology making you sluggish? Maybe Body 2.0 needs a software update.

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Ever have that piece of technology that used to run smoothly, but now it has slowed down to a crawl?   When the hardware doesn’t keep up with the software, problems start to develop…those bugs in the system start to affect the performance until finally, it just gives up and crashes. The same is true of your body as […]

Why everyone with a backbone (or who knows someone who does) needs to see this post…

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Did you realize that 90% of our bone building occurs before age 20 and the remainder occurs before we turn age 30. However, most people don’t start thinking about it until it’s too late. 1:2 women and 1:4 men over the age of 50 will experience a fracture related to osteoporosis (low bone density) in […]

You’ll never guess what this is used for…

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  I know what you’re thinking… And no…you haven’t suddenly stumbled onto an adult website. So…what does this thing have to do with health & fitness? What if I were to tell you that this prop, despite its rather “organic” look is one of the most valuable tools that I have started using with my patients/clients. What […]

There Are No Straight Lines in Our Bodies…So Why Are We Working Out Like There Are?

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Try to find a straight line in your body.  You’d have to look pretty hard, and even then, you’d come up short.  The long femur (thigh) bone may seem like a straight line, but even these longer, seemingly straight bones have some level of torsion (twist) which affects how they function at the joints.  So […]

Golfers: You’ve gotta keep ’em separated!

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One of the biggest challenges I hear from my golfing clients is that they have difficulty creating separation between the upper body and the lower body during the backswing (which will then lead to difficulties in the downswing). Sometimes, the problem is mobility (stiff mid-back or hips). Sometimes, the problem is stability & motor control (can you keep […]