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Self-Myofascial Care and Why You Should Do It

January 14, 2018

We live in an age where your health is in your hands. A lack of information, tools, or ability is no longer an excuse. Relatively speaking, Self-Myofascial Care is one of the biggest health returns, and a high return on investment from a time/money perspective.

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Developing a Template and Gaining Momentum for 2018

December 07, 2017 1 Comment

When you watch a lot of sports, you get a sense of the power of momentum. It's a very weird thing to witness. One team seemingly has control, then one play later things can change. That one play leads to another. Everyone can feel it. Players that weren't making plays start making spectacular plays. The ball starts bouncing their way. Momentum is powerful.

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Patience in 2.5 Unit Increments

November 08, 2017

There are a lot of quotes on patience. A quick Google search will brings hundreds of memes that extol patience. We all know we need it, very few of us want to use it, even fewer of us want to be in situations that require it. I speak from experience.

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The Power of Habit for Better Mobility and Recovery

October 10, 2017

We know that information doesn't lead to change. Facts are not enough to convince us to do something or change a habit. Would anyone still smoke if facts were enough? We all know some very basic health facts, that not all of us listen to. Do we all floss? Do we all eat 3-5 servings of vegetables a day? Do we all wear a seatbelt?

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Hamstring Training for Runners

August 29, 2017

Generally, runners have weak hamstrings. Most don't run fast enough to really strengthen them. How many times have you went into a weight room and seen a long distance athlete train hamstrings or posterior chain work? From my experience, hardly ever outside of a group of elite runners at an olympic training center in Chula Vista, CA. But, that type of attention to detail is one of the reasons they are there.

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The Best Lower Ab Exercise You've Never Heard Of

August 11, 2017

The best way to train the abs in my opinion is by forcing them to work. Reflexive training is nothing new, but not used enough. I have many patients that are constantly asking me how to get their lower abs stronger.

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