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Today is my 31st birthday and as I reflect on the history of my exercise and training, I’m thinking about things differently than I used to. I want to share with you in this article a brief history of my past exercise motivations and methods as well as where I see the next year going […]

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In this Episode Jason Shane from Shane Physiotherapy joins me to discuss the need for simplifying treatment (and simplifying mostly everything else, too). Subscribe to The Movement Fix Podcast     Enjoy! -Ryan In this Episode Jason Shane from Shane Physiotherapy joins me to discuss the need for simplifying treatment (and simplifying mostly everything else, […]

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In this Episode Jason Shane from Shane Physiotherapy joins me to discuss the methods and techniques both he and I use to build strong professional networks. Subscribe to The Movement Fix Podcast     Enjoy! -Ryan In this Episode Jason Shane from Shane Physiotherapy joins me to discuss the methods and techniques both he and […]

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Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Rotational Movement and Flowbility This week I am joined by the remarkable Marlo Fisken, creator of flowmovement.net Typically in the gym, rotation movements are neglected and we only move in certain, fixed paths with locked endings. Rotational work is typically done with these locked endpoints that never transition to […]

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A little about Dr. Jen Esquer Jen Esquer, better known as docjenfit on instagram. has grown her social media following and her associated reach and influence incredibly over the last 1 year. A doctor of physical therapy with a background in dance and gymnastics, Jen has been doing incredible things with her skillset. In fact, the […]

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Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Movement is More than Exercise This week I am joined by the remarkable Marlo Fisken, creator of flowmovement.net The ideas that Marlo shares in this video are important for a number of reasons, but I think the biggest is that we shouldn't always associate movement with exercise. With strength […]

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Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Rotational Pull Aparts Need a band that is shown in the video?k Click here for single band Click here for 10 pack The band pull apart is a great exercise to strengthen the shoulders and upper back in what is called horizontal abduction (the fancy pants way to describe […]

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A little about Hunter Schurrer Hunter has a master's degree in exercise physiology. He has been a college strength coach for many years and currently works for Exos training Green Berets at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. He has previously presented at NSCA conferences on training active duty military personnel and the considerations that need to be taken when […]

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Why This Episode Exists A few weeks ago, Joe Rogan (who gets something like 100 million podcast downloads per month) had an episode that essentially was titled 'Why Chiropractors are Bullshit'. His guest on the podcast was self-proclaimed science guru Yvette D'entremont, who goes by SciBabe. [Full disclosure, I actually REALLY enjoy many episodes of […]

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Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Weighted Hip Airplanes If you haven't watched the open chain hip circles or closed chain hip circles yet, make sure to check them out. The open chain hip circles are a great way to get the hips moving and can be considered primarily a range of motion exercise, or a […]

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Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Closed Chain Hip Circles If you haven't watched the open chain hip circles video yet, click here to watch that first.  For any joint, we have to look at the ability to control it in both an open and closed chain environment. This week we look at closed chain hip […]

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A little about Sean Masters Sean is the co-founder of Kinetic Sports Rehab in Seattle, WA. They started in 2010 and have quickly grown to a team of more than 30. Kinetic recently received 3rd place in Seattle Businesses 'Best Small Businesses to work for in Washington'. In this episode we discuss: How to create culture […]

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A little about Dr. Mario Novo Mario is a doctor of physical therapy out of Nashville, TN where he works in private practice out of several gyms. Additionally, he works with Owens Recovery Science educating clinicians on the proper use of blood flow restriction (BFR) for rehabilitation and performance enhancement. He is currently working with several […]

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I love coffee. And also love thinking clearly and performing to the best of my abilities. Recently I decided to experiment with putting MCT Oil Powder in my coffee in the morning instead of using coconut oil or cream for an extra mental boost.   First Off, What is MCT? MCT stands for medium chain triglyceride. […]

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A little about Dr. G (If you want to read the full details, there is a wikipedia page on him) I was introduced to Dr. Homayun Gharavi (Dr. G) after publishing my most recent podcast with Greg Lehman where we talked about stretching under anesthesia. A TMF'er e-mailed me after listening to that episode and connected […]

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Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix  This week only Movement Fixers can save 20% on Perfect Keto MCT Oil Powder     You need full range, but you need to control it I want you to have full range of motion of your hip joint...but you have to be able to control it, too. Just having […]

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Rafe Kelley (@rafekelley on IG) is one hell of a smart guy. I had him on the podcast previously  (episode 47) and had tons of people e-mail and ask if I could get him back on to continue the conversation, so here we are. Rafe is the founder of Evolve Move Play and travels the world teaching […]

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Follow The Movement Fix on instagram @themovementfix Single Leg Balance and the Vestibular System This past weekend I was down in San Diego recording with Barbell Shrugged for an upcoming podcast. While I was down there, I had the pleasure of meeting Theresa Larson and Anders Varner from The Low Back Fix at MovementRx in downtown San […]

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Injuries Happen At the highest level of competition, injuries happen. When you're asking people to compete and push their body to its limits, things will happen. I think everyone would agree we want to try and minimize that as much as possible. But in every sport, people get injured. It's important, though, when one particularly […]

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