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And I know that you can become unbreakable. Because becoming unbreakable is about more than just your physical training of your body - it’s an entire way of approaching your life. For starters, if you’ve been told it’s normal to feel crummy as you get older, you’ve been lied to. I was told that when I was 20 years old and I’ve spent my entire life since then proving that lie wrong. Click the button below to learn more about me and my take on how to feel and move your best for your entire life...

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Cassie Laymon

“I had been suffering with significant shoulder pain and limited range of motion from a wakeboarding injury 6 months earlier… [working with Kate] I have been pain-free in both my hip and shoulder for weeks, I am training for a 5K, have gone for a 20-mile bike ride, and am starting to do progressive resistance training for my shoulder – like push-ups!”

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Alexi Bergeron

“I tried a bunch of different things to fix my knee pain over the course of about a year - some things would help temporarily but I always wound up very quickly back where I was walking down those steps in pain. My work with Kate has changed all of that. For the last two years I have made consistent progress and am now able to do many of the lifts and movements from competition days, pain-free.”

Jordan Ison

“My shoulder was so bad, I actually couldn’t sleep some nights. I would move it wrong in the middle of the night and it would shoot me almost straight out of bed...Kate quickly uncovered core issues with how my shoulder was functioning and worked with me on the program to restore function. Fast forward 3 months and I was moving quite well again, and back to sleeping like a baby…”

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Embodiment Conference: Stacking The Torso Sequence

I just concluded my talk at The Embodiment Conference on “How To Build An Unbreakable Body (& Life)” and wow was it a blast! I promised the wonderful attendees that I would put up this video to further illustrate what we talked about at that session. Sidenote: You can still […]

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Interview With Dr. Seth Oberst On The Roots Of Pain, Movement, And Body Awareness

I was organizing some projects recently and unearthed this fantastic audio interview with my friend and colleague, Dr. Seth Oberst. I cleaned it up and it’s ready to share with you! If you don’t know Seth, he’s a physical therapist and if you imagine traditional physical therapists, Seth is about […]

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I Was “Fit” But Something Was Missing

I will never forget feeling terrible in my body. Weak, despite being physically strong. Broken, despite doing the “things you’re supposed to do to avoid injury”. Tired, but pushing through workout after workout because surely that would help me feel better. Pessimistic, worried, and terrified of a future that looked […]

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