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Tired of Searching? Click Here To Change Your Movement Now

March 25, 2016

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You can click to find out more about each product. All purchases have refund guarantee and direct customer support, from me; not a machine. (Sorry, no soothing hold music.) After buying something, if needed you can reply to the confirmation email to ask a question. None of that annoying “Do Not Reply” or “noreply@WeDontCareAboutYou.com” stuff. Data […]

Protected: A Guide To More Comfortable Typing (Upper Body)

July 20, 2015

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A mechanism for carpal tunnel syndrome

December 18, 2013

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From an upcoming, much longer, post detailing my visit to Stanford University’s Clinical Anatomy Lab, where I worked with cadavers: One area a cadaver made things easier was understanding the carpal tunnel. From the top there is a bunch of stuff covering it. Once you get down to it though, it’s really a simple tunnel […]

A day with Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains

October 8, 2013

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I recently went to a conference where Tom Myers of Anatomy Trains was presenting. I’ve written about him in my posts on tennis elbow, the importance of direction in manual therapy, stretching the IT band and hamstrings. I listened to him for 7 hours, so, I took a ton of notes. – Background This was not a personal training / physical therapy / […]

The remote client process

June 20, 2013

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This and all posts are always up to date. I’m always accepting new clients and try to never have a wait list of more than a week. If it’s ever longer than that, it will be posted on the site.  – One of the emails I write the most is detailing the remote client process. […]

How many reps and sets to correct muscular imbalances?

June 20, 2013

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Before delving in, do not come away from this post thinking it’s as simple as “I need to work my glutes, X amount of sets and reps is optimal, that’s all I need to do in order to correct my imbalance.” That approach completely ignores what exercise you’re doing, your form, how much stimulus one […]

Thinking about wrist pain

April 11, 2013

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The most common reason(s) I see causing wrist issues are: 1) Excessive wrist extension 2) Excessive ulnar deviation i.e. the wrist turns out too much. 3) Combination of 1) and 2). Example of excessive ulnar deviation of right wrist below: – This post is going to cover scenarios where these two movements happen too much […]