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Thoughts on correcting a lateral pelvic tilt

December 27, 2012

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I recently got this email and thought I’d put up my response as a post. Hey Brian.  I have been reading through your blog, and I have to say you have some very good insights on “pain” haha. I have been using that internal ration movement from your subscapularis strengthening article. It seems like just […]

The Paleo Lifestyle Pyramid!

December 26, 2012

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I may have had a few drinks while writing this. I’m sure many of you have come across the Paleo Diet pyramid. There are various iterations out there but it typically looks as such: Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be any pyramid or hierarchy for the Paleo Lifestyle out there. I know the Paleo Man […]

Stop focusing so much on the “type” of food you’re eating

December 19, 2012

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One of the biggest mistakes I see with people who are trying to make significant changes to their bodyweight is too much focus on the type of food they’re eating. This really might be the biggest hurdle initially. For some reason people seem to believe they can eat however much they want, but as long as […]

Beware of n=1

December 18, 2012

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When a study or survey is done, n refers to the sample size -the number of subjects in the study. So if you survey 1000 people, n=1000. In statistics and research, typically the greater the sample size the better. Because the greater the sample size the closer you get to studying the entire population you’re […]

You are not unique, you are not special, you are not different

December 17, 2012

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To my clients who read this, this is not aimed at any particular one of you. Although I’m sure some of you will recognize yourselves at one point, I didn’t have one of you in mind when I wrote this. It’s more an amalgam of what I’ve seen over the years. So don’t worry, I […]

Properly assessing leg length discrepancies

December 14, 2012

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True leg length discrepancies are rare in my experience. Or, if it’s there, it’s so minor it’s not worth worrying about. It’s such a simple, quick test, it’s worth doing sometimes though. When to do this test Typically a new person will tell me they have one leg longer than the other, or I’ll decide […]

Example of how looking a certain way won’t solve all your problems

December 13, 2012

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A couple of months ago I wrote a post Why you’re still having issues with your weight. In that post I detailed a specific type of person and scenario whereby losing weight in order to accomplish a particular “look” rarely ends up satisfying people like they think it will. I know to a lot of people this […]