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The Unbreakable Body Coaching Program

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Discover the body you want to live in. 

Use The Unbreakable Body to unlock your natural potential for pain-freepowerfuland fluid movement in your life and at the gym.

If aches and pains are infiltrating your life, if you want to be strong for the activities you love, if you want to know how to take care of your body…

Then join me and learn how to #BeUnbreakable


The Movement Manifesto
Book

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Get clear-cut guidance on why your body feels the way it does – and how you can change that if it’s not working for you.

You’ll learn why injuries and aches happen – and how it simply doesn’t have to be that way (and how to make that your reality).

You’ll learn the 3 Tenets that every healthy mover lives by – and actionable steps you can take to start feeling and moving better immediately.

This manual is an easy read and easy to put into practice immediately.

To learn more and get the book, click HERE.

 

Fend Off Aches, Pains, & Traditional Aging: My Four Part Blueprint Online Workshop

If you’ve been told it’s normal to feel crummy as you get older, you’ve been lied to.

And if anyone has told you that you should expect less from your body now that you’re older, this workshop is for you.

In this workshop, I’m giving you my four part blueprint to help yourself: 

  • age gracefully, powerfully, and better than what most people think is possible
  • resist future aches and pains more successfully
  • address the aches you’re feeling now
  • build a future of feeling good and moving well for yourself

To learn more and get your workshop, click HERE.

 

Kiss Neck And Shoulder Tension Goodbye
Online Workshop

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If you struggle with neck and shoulder tension like how I used to, start the healing process with this in-depth workshop. You’ll learn the exact drills, lifestyle enhancements, and critical knowledge you need to understand your pain and how to begin alleviating it.

You’ll learn four lifestyle enhancements to better support your neck and shoulders throughout your day.

You’ll learn seven drills to start returning the tissues and joints to healthy function.

And you’ll learn much more to support your neck and shoulders through the materials in the workshop, the worksheet that is included with the workshop, and the continuing education you’ll receive after viewing the workshop.

To learn more and get your workshop, click HERE.

 

Moving With More Freedom:
Online Workshop

There are three types of people this workshop is for:
– those who feel like every time they try to ramp up the intensity in their workouts or activities, injuries and setbacks crop up
– those who feel like they can’t leave the world of “going hard all the time” because they’ll lose all their progress if they let off the gas even for a moment
– those who want to create a better relationship with their body – becoming teammates instead of adversaries

Feeling great, moving well, and tapping into your true potential is about more than just exercise selection and rep schemes… It’s also about learning to regulate your intensity, your tension, and your Self .

To learn more and get your workshop, click HERE.

 

Fit For Real Life / Unbreakable Body Apparel

T-shirts for real life. Not only will you feel utterly cozy in these tees, your shirt will remind you and everyone else that this is real life and you should get fit for it.

Get your shirts here.


Workshop Request

In-person workshops are an excellent way to dive deeper into the process of becoming an excellent caretaker of your body. If you’re a gym or studio owner, workshops also serve as a phenomenal value-add for your members, as you bring continuing education and experience right to their home gym.

If you’d like to have The Unbreakably Body Workshop in your city, just fill out the form below.

Workshop Request Form

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Wall Slides

  • Prepare for this drill by sitting or leaning back against a wall (sitting makes it easier for some to perform this drill correctly).

 

  • Press your spine and back of your head into the wall. You may have trouble getting the back of your head to touch (note: if you have to tip your head back to reach it to the wall, fold a small towel and place it behind your head instead, and lean back on that). You may also have trouble getting your spine to touch the wall. Do your best to connect to the wall, and note that valuable piece of data if you cannot touch, as something worth exploring further.

 

  • Place your arms on the wall at shoulder height, with the elbows bent and hands pointing up to the sky.

 

  • Press your wrists into the wall (or note that piece of data if you cannot).

 

  • Slide your arms up the wall as far as you can keeping everything attached to the wall, then pull your arms down the wall to below shoulder height.

 

  • You’re not just sliding your arms around. You’re bracing to keep connected to the wall on the way up, and you’re squeezing your elbows down towards your sides as you come back down. (A cue that might help for the pull down – imagine someone’s hands are under your elbows trying to prevent you from driving your elbows down, fight there resistance by giving some of your own to push their hands out of your way.)

 

  • You can perform one set of this once per day as part of a daily routine, or use it as a multiple set drill during your workout. One set can start at 5 reps and build to 10.

Shoulder Flexion End Range Lift Off

  • Prepare for this drill by setting your arms on an object in front of you. You can be standing or on your knees.

 

  • Arms can be set as close to ears as you wish, and the drill does change as you go from a “Y” position with your arms to a “I” position. **Do not perform this drill if you feel pain in your shoulder joint when you setup for, or go through this movement. Seek further guidance from a trained professional if you have pain.**

 

  • Keep your elbows are straight.

 

  • Brace your body with tension and, without moving any other part of your body, lift your arms off the object they are resting on.

 

  • Lower them back down to the object they started on.

 

  • The drill will increase in difficulty the lower your body is positioned below than the object. As you see here, my chest is in line with the object. If I would make the object higher, the drill would get harder.

 

  • Keep your spine ‘straight’ during this drill. Your chest should not be caving in to the floor.

 

  • You can perform one set of this once per day as part of a daily routine, or use it as a multiple set drill during your workout. One set can start at 5 reps and build to 10.

2016 UB Workshop Series At Crossfit Turbine

2016 Unbreakable Body Workshop At Crossfit Turbine

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Connect And Reset Hypertonicity: Women's Strength Summit 2017

Kiss Neck And Shoulder Tension Goodbye Workshop

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The Three Keys To Wrist And Hand Revival

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To "Stretch" Or Not: All Your Questions Answered

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The Four Steps To Shoulder Revival

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The One Ounce Less Principle

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