Could This Counter-Intuitive Approach To Strength And Mobility
Help You Eliminate Aches And Pains While
Enhancing Your Movement Patterns, Too?
At the heart of The Unbreakable Body, a foundational strength and mobility program used by hundreds of men and women around the world, is one important concept.
Flying directly in the face of Fitness Gurus on magazine covers, Instagram’s “Fitspiration” Clique, and a world where experts think you should train until it hurts, this counter-intuitive approach has helped every day people to:
- Eliminate back and knee pains
- Create fluid, pain free and powerful movement patterns
- Develop a durable, injury-resistant body
In February of 2015, I held a private Members Only webinar for members of The Unbreakable Body to discuss this concept.
For nearly an hour, I walked through “The One Ounce Less Principle” and the fundamentals that make it up - as well as answering questions directly.
This is the first time it has ever been available outside of The Unbreakable Body's Member Area.
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"The webinar presented was exemplary.
No issue was missed and each one explained well, including issues I didn't even think of to be included.
Your complete understanding of the theory and practice of exercise physiology was openly demonstrated because of the content explaining the cause and effect of issues, forecast and solutions of impediments to achieving foundational strength, and the precise replies given; including a question I personally asked. It was as if you had been watching me, but I guess you just know your work so well."
— Arthur A.
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