Thank you for reading, Becoming Unbreakable: How To Build A Body You Love To Live In.
I am so excited for you to go on the journey to heal your aches and pains and become Unbreakable in body, mind, and spirit!
This bonus page helps you expand further into the material in the book, and provides resources for you as you go on your journey to become Unbreakable.
Let’s do this!
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And When You're Ready, Join Me In The Becoming Unbreakable Workout & Lifestyle Course!
In my course, you’ll discover exactly what your body needs to feel exactly how you want it to feel through my detailed Assessment process…
And you’ll learn the exact right exercises to address what you find in your Assessment.
Your body will get stronger with workouts that actually make you feel better when you’re done, not worse.
You’ll even become capable of making your own workouts and knowing that they are safe and effective (a crucial skill if you want to maintain your body for the rest of your life.)
On top of that, you’ll experiment with eight different Lifestyle Experiments I’ve provided to help your body be its best even outside of workout time!
Track Your Data & Experiments With The Unbreakable Field Journal
We all have the best of intentions when it comes to building new habits.
Intentions are fuel that burns quick. In order to keep the fire stoked, you need to take consistent action.
And do you know what helps you stay consistent?
Tracking your actions and outcomes. On paper. Written in your own hand.
To help you do that, I’ve created a companion journal that guides you through tracking the most important things as you put into practice what you learned in Becoming Unbreakable.
Here Are Even More Videos To Help You Explore How Your Body Moves (Or Doesn't...But Could!)
Exploring All The Ways Your Body Moves
Exploring Low Level Movement Post-Injury