Feel Your Feet
In the fixing-your-pain-and-becoming-a-better-athlete checklist, body awareness, balance, and coordination are at the top of the list. And to improve those neurological qualities of movement, you must re-sensitize your feet.
REAL breathwork is absolutely imperative for anyone who’s looking to look, feel, and perform better. In the present article we’ll discuss the two main ways in which breathwork can positively influence your health.
Unstiffen yourself (Part 2)
If you’re stiff, you’ll move like a robot. And subsequently, your robot-like lack of physical freedom will cause chronic pain.
You Don’t Have Insomnia
You don’t have insomnia. What you really have are sedentary, health-illiterate, attention economy-fuelled lifestyle habits.
Unstiffen Yourself (Part 1)
To unstiffen yourself, you must learn to chill. Because in exactly the same way that you’ll never out-train a horrible diet, you’ll never out-stretch or out-foam roll the inability to settle your nervous system.
You want to chase after all the qualities that are prerequisite to becoming a high-performing human. Block periodization(ish) is the way to do it.
No Homo (Sapiens)
The further we stray from our biology, the worse we're going to feel. Let's do something about it.
Stop exercising and instead aim to microdose your movement throughout the day. The benefits may surprise you.
Shake Up Your Training
SHAKING is one of the most underutilized training strategies out there to improve movement quality, reduce pain, and enhance recovery.
Write Your Way to Better Health
Learn how to journal effectively so that you can feel sustainably good, from the inside out.