Aug 19, 2019
Today's podcast is about repetitive strain injuries, also known as RSI. What are repetitive strain injuries and what can we do about them? I’ll be focusing on two of the most common repetitive strain injuries - carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis.
Aug 16, 2019
In this episode, my brother, John Frank, joins me to discuss the shoulder complex. John is a physical therapist, athlete, and fellow lover of movement. So often, we think that the shoulder is simple, but the shoulder is, in fact, quite complicated!
Aug 14, 2019
Today’s episode is about why I don't teach or practice seated forward folds. I'm not saying they're bad, but there's a lot of reasons I don't do them. Primarily I want to make sure that people get the most bang for their buck out of any movement they do, and this is particularly important for people who don’t spend...
Aug 12, 2019
The position of the pelvis is fundamentally important for the alignment of the spine, all the way up into the skull. It forms the basis for our movement patterns and for our energy levels, and that’s why today’s episode is all about creating and maintaining a neutral pelvis.
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Aug 9, 2019
Today's podcast is about what we can learn from professional athletes. Athletes are so fascinating to observe because of the discipline involved when working to be one of the best or the most elite in your sport. They can also teach us a lot about the power of drive and determination and inspire us to think about the...