Here’s part of a free program for self-vibrational release (shoulders), which is part of our 6-step program for pain relief or as found in our recommended resources section. Enjoy! 1. Joint Mobility 2. Exercise3. Stretching/Myofascial Release4. Foam Rolling5. Self-Vibration Enjoy this post? Share it with your friends.
By popular request (chronic knee pain is the most common injury I encounter in the military). This is a video follow-up to the full article How I Overcame My Knee Pain With One Kettlebell Exercise. How to Perform the Drill Kneel on soft ground. Pick up a kettlebell and hold it upside-down by its horns […]
By special request, I have been asked to write an article about wrist pain. Firstly, you can prehabilite your wrists before they can grow into full-blown injury and to address the daily stress of trauma, overuse, underuse or misuse caused by your activity or sport. Such activities may result in: Sprained/strained wrists Tendonitis Carpal tunnel syndrome Ostheoarthritis According […]
In my last article, I talked about how to address bodily pains through joint mobility exercises. I gave you a free beginner’s program to get you started. After giving it a whirl, try moving up to the Intermediate Program within 2+ weeks time if you have solid technique and feel minimal discomfort. I also mentioned specialized […]
In previous posts, I alluded to certain exercises and some of their health benefits. I explained how moving your joints in 3-dimensions, such as circles or side-to-side can give you pain-free health and a better quality of life, as taught to elite military units. If you were a car, this would be your tune-up, lube job and battery recharge. […]
Like many others, I’ve been on and off in sticking to a single exercise program. Given my nature of work and travels, I exercised when I could. Two weeks here, one week off in the field. Recently, I decided to (re-)commit to and finish a kettlebell strength and conditioning program called Simple and Sinister by Pavel […]
What would you do if you had joint pain in your knees? Conventional “wisdom” says to take it easy, avoid moving into the pain, reach for a bottle of Tylenol or Aspirin or as a last resort: surgery. Joint pains, soreness, aches are a tricky fix, that’s for sure. For nagging pains or in my […]