The Best Free Course to Learn Advanced Biomechanics

Struggling with all the confusing breathing stuff on the internet? Learning biomechanics can be so tough because EVERYONE uses confusing and exclusive terminology. It’s like where do you even start to learn about this stuff? This course is the answer. Enter The Human Matrix ENDS the confusion by teaching you the fundamentals needed to grasp material taught by myself and others, as well as practical materials to IMMEDIATELY carry over to coaching your clients. Why should I take this FREE course? Aside from it’s free (no, I’m serious. People have told me this free course is better than some paid products), you’ll finish the course with the following skills: Become automatic with common breathing terminology and lingo to reduce confusion Develop a holistic framework to make decisions regarding your clients Grasp only the essential anatomy you need to better apply breathing and movement interventions Pick out compensatory movements in your clients to better determine what interventions should be performed After you are done, you’ll have all the fundamentals you’ll need to be successful in learning about all the popular breathing and movement stuff you see everywhere. Tim Duncan won’t be as fundamentally sound as you! Here’s what people have said about the course! What are you waiting for? Sign up below! It’s ABSOLUTELY FREE If you care about: Producing results SO BIG that you’ll spend less on marketing because your clients send you endless referrals! Maximizing your client’s movement and well-being so they can pursue the activities they dream to

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Best Neck Position During Exercise

Hint: It’s not up, down, or packed Most exercise form posts and videos focus everywhere EXCEPT the neck. Yet neck position profoundly influences what the rest of your body will do. So where should your neck be while you lift? Like on a deadlift, squat, or press? I’m answering that for you today. If you want to protect ya neck as the Wutang said, then you definitely have to check this out. Read the post, watch the video, and listen to the podcast to learn all about it!

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How to Get Patients to do Exercises (improve buy-in)

Exercises don’t work if your clients don’t buy in or execute them well Exercise selection IS NOT the biggest barrier to client success. What is? The client ACTUALLY carrying out the home exercise program and performing the exercises to your standard. Sadly, there isn’t a magical breathing technique that can help increase client compliance. But there is something that does–an effective communication system. What I’m going to show you in this post and video is the PROVEN system that I use that both enhance client/patient compliance and ensures that their exercise program is carried out savagely well.

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Disordered Eating – 3 Things I Needed To Overcome It

The 3 keys that helped me repair my relationship with food Eating disorders affect roughly 30 million Americans, and I was one of them. Left unchecked, the health consequences can be drastic, even to the point of death. Fortunately, I was able to overcome the worst of the symptoms I experienced with 3 major keys. Check out the video and blog below to see what worked for me. Perhaps if you or someone else struggles with disordered eating, this may help.

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Activity Modification When You Are Hurt – 3 Most Effective Ways

How doing less can actually help you move more Have you ever tried to rehab someone in pain, but their progress continues to stall because they keep doing activities that cause problems? You know, the person who continues to get in their own way? Although maintaining a physically active lifestyle is important for one’s health and wellbeing, some activities can be counterproductive during the rehab process. The cure can become the poison. What are we to do? Stop moving and breathe on the ground FOREVER? No. God…no. Instead, we want to couple a stellar rehab program with activity modification, choosing activities that complement or enhance the rehab goal as opposed to getting in the way. In today’s post, I’m going to show you the following: Why activity modification is ESSENTIAL for a successful rehab,  How NOT modifying activities can create a failure in patient outcomes the 3 ways I modify activities to SPEEDILY help some achieve pain-freedom How to help patients and clients buy-in to temporarily stopping the tasks they may love, but get in the way. Sound useful? Check out the video and post below to learn more.

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Pooch Belly – Why It Happens and 3 EASY FIXES For It

Is there more to getting rid of a pooch belly than just losing weight? Are you someone who despite your best efforts has the lower part of your abs sticking out (aka a pooch belly)? Maybe you’ve tried to lose weight, but it still remains. What if there was a way to improve this area that didn’t involve extreme weight loss? I think there is, and there’s research to show it. In this post, you will learn how movement and body structure can influence where your abdominal contents sit (one underappreciated reason for the pooch), and how we can use movement to potentially improve this posture. Intrigued? Check out the post and video below to learn more.

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Hip Hinge FIX in 3 Steps

If you nail these three keys, you’ll deadlift better than ever before Hinging exercises (aka deadlifts, Romanian deadlifts, etc) can provide a TON of benefits for improving mobility, lower body strength, and power. IF You can perform these moves with great technique. But if you are someone whose technique is meh and you feel all lower back and minimal torching of the glutes and hamstrings, then you might not be getting the most out of this awesome exercise. Folks, what I’ve found is there are three keys to performing the hinge well. If you can hit these three components, there’s a good chance that you’ll: Increase how much the glutes and hamstrings work Improve your hip range of motion Feel a whole lot less low back discomfort Want to learn how? Check out the post and video below.

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Have Knee Pain? Untwist It | Wide Infrasternal Angle Case

If you have knee pain, this case study is a MUST to see Does your knee cap point inward but your foot? point outward? If so, then you MUST check out this post because we outline a critical factor with this postural presentation: A “twisted” knee occurs for different reasons in different people. I’ll illustrate why by checking out this wide infrasternal angle case study below. You’ll find that the way this person does it is different from other folks.

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Have Knee Pain? Untwist It | Narrow Infrasternal Angle Case

If you have knee pain, this case study is a MUST to see Does your knee cap point inward but your foot? point outward? If so, then you MUST check out this post because we outline a critical factor with this postural presentation: A “twisted” knee occurs for different reasons in different people. I’ll illustrate why by checking out this narrow infrasternal angle case study below. You’ll find that the way this person does it is different from other folks.

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FIXING Ankle Pain During Olympic Lifts | Case Study

Does triple extension hurt your ankle? Check out this case to learn about the fix Have you ever had inner ankle pain when you go up on your toes or jump and are unsure what to do about it? Oftentimes, this occurs when there is an inability to create ankle plantarflexion (going up on your toes), so more stress is put on the inner portion of the ankle. But what if I told tyou those ankle restrictions can be related to the pelvis, and if you don’t address that, you’ll be missing on some key things. That’s what we go through in today’s case study.

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Breathing Exercise Mistakes – Do THIS Instead

If you do this, you’re screwing your breathwork up Breathing exercises can be useful at enhancing mobility throughout the body…IF they are done well. Sadly, that rarely occurs. Until now. In today’s post, I outline the major keys you need with each piece of common breathing exercise to ensure that you get the most out of these moves, maximize your range of motion, and move better than ever before. Check out the post and video below to learn about it!

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If you are in chronic pain watch this [Trigger warning]

The hardest thing you can do if you are in chronic pain Chronic pain can be one of the hardest conditions to overcome, though I think there is one variable that separates those who are stuck and those who breakthrough. But this obstacle is one of the hardest things to overcome on the journey toward pain freedom. Don’t worry, I’ll outline what this issue is, and provide some ideas on how you can overcome it, getting you closer to your goal, a goal of being pain-free.

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