2 Common Movement Mistakes That Cause Neck and Back Pain

As I was rolling some thick primer onto our concrete block garage to create a new set / backdrop for future videos, I found myself making a couple of movement mistakes that were leading to some overload in my neck, shoulder, and back. So I had Rebecca grab the camera real quick to go over the mistakes and how to fix…

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New “Banker’s Pose” Posture Test and How To Break Out of a Pain Cycle

More information about reversing Crossed Posture Syndrome for pain relief and healthy aging can be found HERE.

Do You Really Need Posture Exercises?…Or can you just “Push Away”?

After a flattering email from “Mr. E” thanking me for the whole idea of the “Push Away Phenomenon”, I had to really re-think my mission. You see, he also asked me to keep my education more about how to do daily activities instead of asking people to invest time in actual corrective exercise. And while I wholeheartedly agree in teaching…

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Key Link for neck and low back pain

Key Exercise For Forward Head Posture, Neck Pain, and Low Back Pain

How can a simple bendable tripod explain neck and back pain?  Simple. If one area doesn’t move…then a different area has to take all the load! Learn which areas of your spine need to move more and a simple exercise for the #1 key link and take a load off your neck and low back.   [fb-like] Resources From Today’s…

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Human Yoga for Healthy Hips

Great Hip Exercise For Flexibility and Strength Using “Human Yoga” Principles


Opening Up with “Human” Yoga [Video Postcard From California]

After spending 2 days learning how to apply DNS (Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilzation) to Yoga for safety and improved practice, I shot this quick video on the La Jolla coast in California talking about the importance and power of “opening up”. I’ll be sharing more of the new insights soon on a free webinar (get on the list here to be…

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“Get Off The Nail” and Burn More Fat with Peace Physiology

Today’s episode is a bit unorthodox… The lighting is bad.  The video’s a little shaky (hey, I AM on a stair climber!)  But…I just had to share this. Something happens when I’m in the middle of my aerobic workout and my brain kicks in.   Normally I just scribble barely legible notes in my sketch book, but today I decided to…

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Core Stability “Training Wheels” (tips for discovering your “back support zone”)

It’s extremely easy to lose connection with your original core support you developed as an infant. As stress builds throughout your life, your body tends to “close down” and go into “protection mode”. And alarmingly, 1/3 of us humans have some version of a “closed down” or “crossed posture” syndrome by the time we get through our formative first 4…

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