functional movement

We use our shoulders almost non-stop, so is it any wonder they often get hurt?
Jennifer Pilotti’s inquiring mind and constant need to educate herself, and her peers, has helped her shaped a unique movement practice among in the Monterey Bay area.
Could there really be a moral obligation to respect and train our physical bodies?
Neurological health depends as much on signals sent by the body's large, leg muscles to the brain as it does on directives from the brain to the muscles.
Let’s choose not to rush from seat to seat, and instead embrace the joy of moving as a way of life.
The show takes a turn into the world of medicine, as it focuses on a treatment that is growing in popularity with athletes and fitness enthusiasts.
On this edition of the fighting and fitness-themed podcast, hosts Jason Burgos and Phil Daru speak with Dr. Andreo Spina, the creator of some very influential techniques in functional movement.
Your fitness journey should feel like a break from normality, not an extension of it
The sooner you accept that and take responsibility for your own health and fitness, the sooner you'll get lasting results.
The most capable humans don't come from the sterile environment of the typical gym.
Smart programming, exercise selection, and execution can go a long way to reducing the risk of injury.
The promise of 3D printing is a revolution in bioengineering and our ability to replace and repair the fundamental building blocks of our body.
Tim Anderson uses simple, approachable movements based on the fundamentals of childhood development to restore the body to its original, strong state.
We are not lumps of clay that can be molded by tugging on things. Our nervous systems are actually what is in charge.
Most of us make our way through life with an unnaturally high level of neuromuscular tension, let's stop it.
It sounds too simple, but the best corrective exercise is the exercise itself.
The key to success with sedentary clients is getting started right.