Healthness: The Road Less Traveled

Tunnel Vision I work in a field called spatial medicine, also known as physical medicine. Your physical therapist, chiropractor, massage therapist, and CrossFit or yoga instructor does the same thing. Essentially we work with people to educate them on their bodies…

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Functional Training Advice: Part 1

The buzz is out everybody, functional training is in. But what is functional training? Everybody seems to have a gimmick, in a moment I'm going to share my gimmick, but seriously, wtf is functional training? A lot of times, programs and…

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Three Ways To Change Your Body

There are three ways to physically change your body in a way that promotes healthy growth. None of them are easy, but mindbody connection isn't an easy path. However, after years of practicing and bringing my awareness to it I…

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Hip Rotators: Are You feeding Your Glutes?

JOINT CONTROL: ARTICULAR STRENGTH Today's lesson is a brief introduction to osteokinematics and arthrokinematics. You don't need to memorize them, but all you want tot know is that one is the description of a body part at the site of…

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What Are The Best Exercises As You Age

Your Anti-Gravity Subsystem There's no stopping it, time is coming for you, and each one of us. The only chance we have to beat it is to improve our biomechanics and understand how to rebuild the spring system in ourselves.…

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Re-balancing Muscles, Fascia, and Joints

Bring Back Biomechanics Pain is not meant to be part of training! Sadly it's becoming the norm for most people in a gym to have chronic pains or ongoing injuries, and although a lot of it is the mentality of…

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FRESH: An Acronym For Life

BALANCING THE HUMAN SYSTEM As I've grown in the fitness and health industry the hardest part to train in myself and clients has been balance. Building muscle, a routine gym schedule, or even working to achieve certain strength goals has always been…

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Frontal Plane Front Rack Lunges

  You can never do enough unilateral work in your training. One of the reasons I enjoy this alternative to traditional sagittal plane lunges is because you work your adductors and lateral stabilization of your pelvis. If you ever watch somebody…

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