Neck pain, shoulder tension, aches and pains anywhere from your head through your upper back...it’s all quite frustrating and disruptive. I feel you, I used to have neck and shoulder problems too, but I’ve solved them now and I’m sharing the first steps you can take to start solving your neck and shoulder issues in this post.
I have written a lot of posts on foot pain and ankle mobility over the years. This is the one I recommend you start with because it explains the foundations of how to make positive changes to how your ankles and feet move and feel.
Lots of falsehoods and not-quite-complete pictures exist out there in the world of “how to improve your mobility”. In this post, I’m sharing the first four biggest myths about mobility training (and at the end of the post is a link to part two where I have the rest of the myths listed).
This post includes pictures, examples, and even a handy graph, to help you understand why you would benefit from ensuring you have enough active and passive range of motion. You’ll make better use of your mobility training time once you’re armed with this info.
Pain is not just about something being physiologically “wrong” with a tissue or joint in your body. In this post, I guide you through a few of the things that can influence whether or not you feel pain in your body - it’s eye-opening to discover what contributes to the way you’re feeling!
We all do it at one time or another… Desire (and maybe even commit to) a few too many goals at once. One of the biggest hurdles I see folks put in their own way unknowingly is doing too much at once. This post unpacks why you can’t have all the fitness all of the time and how to start re-framing your perspective on which goals matter to you and how to tackle them.
Everyone has a ‘why’ for doing what they do. This is mine.
Want To Dive Into Learning About Each Of The Six Pillars Of An Unbreakable Body? This link will take you to every single post I’ve done on each of the Six Pillars: Strong Feet, Mobile Hips, Strong Glutes, Strong Torso, Mobile Shoulders, and Strong Posture