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Hip Flexor Pain | Movement Impairment Syndrome

As I dive deeper into learning the nuances of the human body and movement, I have been intrigued by certain patterns that emerge. I see similar symptoms when working with all kinds of athletes who range in body type, sport, and daily living. Although the choice of recreation and career varies, we all share a [...]

Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE)

Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises, or TRE for short, are exercises specifically designed to allow us to shake-off any underlying held tension. The premise is to pre-fatigue the muscular system in order to help us bypass the prefrontal cortex of our brain, which is where logic and reasoning reside, so the lower brain centers can [...]

By | August 31st, 2018|Exercise, Massage, Movement Integration, Self-Care, Stretching|0 Comments

GoRuck Tough Challenge Recap

After training for 4 months for the GoRuck Tough Challenge, I successfully completed the 12-hour, 16.5-mile team event. Each event is different based upon the actual real-life experiences of the cadre who spent time in the US Special Forces. Our Cadre designed mock missions for our 10-person group to complete at the specific time and [...]

By | May 8th, 2018|Adventures, Exercise, Hiking, Rucking, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Training for a GoRuck Tough Challenge

A client turned me on to the GoRuck Challenge at the beginning of 2018 and the moment I heard him describe it, I knew that I wanted to train and experience it for myself. The GoRuck Tough Challenge is a 10-12 hour test of endurance, teamwork, mental/emotional/physical stamina, and pure old fashion toughness. After hearing [...]

By | February 20th, 2018|Exercise, Personal Training, Rucking|0 Comments

Shin Splints- How to prevent and manage MTSS

Shin splints, technically known as medial tibial stress syndrome, describes pain upon the inside of the shin bone where the fascia pulls away from the bone during excessive exercise. Shin splints are common among athletes and soldiers, especially runners who are training for an event too quickly without adequate recovery. Shin splints are responsible for [...]

By | January 31st, 2018|Exercise, Injury Prevention, Massage, Massage Therapy, Self-Care|0 Comments