Physical Fitness

Two Big Reasons You Don’t Make (And Keep) Mobility Gains

Which of these sounds like you? 1) You do mobility work and feel like you make progress in your session. But the gains don’t seem to stick because each time you go to start your mobility work, it feels like you’re back on day one again. 2) You make quick ‘gains’ to your mobility by[..]

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The Difference Between Mobility And Flexibility

Once you recognize the differences between flexibility and mobility, you start making better use of your ‘mobility training time’. When I first became a trainer in 2002, I didn’t know this stuff – even with the education I got in school and my certification training. So don’t feel bad if you didn’t know that flexibility and mobility[..]

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Prune Your Tree

What began as an experiment to better manage my focus and attention with my work online, has become a theme for every other aspect of my life. From my fitness to my relationships, and even my day-to-day, this particular concept has made a radical impact. I make better, more thoughtful, decisions now. I can more[..]

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The Hidden Costs Of Ignoring Symptoms

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I wasted a lot of money and stress because I let a problem fester for close to two years. As you listen to me tell this story, it’s likely to be fairly obvious to you how I ‘stuck my head in the sand’ rather than face it head on. But I hope you’ll listen all[..]

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Do I Have To Keep Doing The Drills If I Feel Better?

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When it comes to rehabbing your body from an ache, pain, or injury, what do you do after the area in question starts feeling better? Should you stop doing the drills that got you to this healing place? Or do you have to do them forever? You want to make sure you handle your body[..]

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