Awareness is growing + NASM + the Posterior Oblique Sling

Hey everyone! Some positive updates for you today. I've recently started studying for the Certified Personal Trainer exam through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. It's something I've thought of doing off and on throughout the years. I decided to finally do it, so that I can help my coaching clients with more targeted exercise … Continue reading Awareness is growing + NASM + the Posterior Oblique Sling

Should you exercise when your SI joints are out of alignment?

Hi everyone! Hope you're all enjoying the holidays. I've been getting some really great questions from readers recently that I think are worth sharing with you all. *** As I've mentioned before, although obviously all of my posts for this blog are perfect, sometimes I feel like my explanations come out a little bit better … Continue reading Should you exercise when your SI joints are out of alignment?

Why do “perfectly good” exercises sometimes not help?

I haven't written a ton on my multiple physical therapy failures yet, because unfortunately there are so many. For now, let me just say that my physical therapist Paula, who finally helped me, was actually the fifth physical therapist I saw over the course of this journey. The first four offered varying degrees of helpfulness vs. unhelpfulness, but ultimately … Continue reading Why do “perfectly good” exercises sometimes not help?

The goal of strengthening is to maximize your body’s own support system.

Here's another concept which I wish someone had explained to me differently back in the beginning. As I've mentioned in previously, when I first began experiencing SI joint dysfunction, the only people who really seemed to be able to understand my problem were chiropractors. I had one main chiropractor that I went to, Dr. K., … Continue reading The goal of strengthening is to maximize your body’s own support system.