Why Stretching is Dead and What You Can Do Instead

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You might find it interesting to learn that as a physical therapist, athlete and coach I don’t do much stretching. I mean…it’s boring, it takes a long time and to be honest I don’t see much benefit in it for the most part.  Sometimes yes…but most of the time no! ==> There are better ways […]


I don’t want Poor Posture. I want to be able to stand up for myself

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In this first of a series about posture and how it affects us I want to cry out “I don’t want Poor Posture. I want to be able to stand up for myself”. For good or bad, our posture affects how we stand and move. When our posture is bad it contributes to pain in […]


6 Tips for People Who Stand All Day

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Sitting has been blamed for a lot of the “modern” musculoskeletal conditions and poor posture we see in today’s society, and rightfully so: having this posture all day is an absolutely terrible way to treat your body. Fortunately, by teaching folks to get up and move around during the day, we can break the “creep” […]