The Power Of Posture Book
A Guide To Help You Manage Pain And Improve Functional Movement
Are you in pain and uncertain on how to manage it?
You might want to check your posture. Posture is quite possibly the most underrated yet most influential aspect of health and pain management.
Posture is the foundation of efficiency the human body must have if we expect to live pain free.
You’re Only As Strong As Your Weakest Link
Think of your body being like a steel chain, and if just one link in that chain is broken, the entire chain will then become weak.
The body itself is a completely interdependent system, so if our posture is misaligned it is quite likely something is going to give out at one point or the other.
Postural influence takes top priority in managing pain because it directly links to how the body structurally integrates as one system.
Posture is at the root of pain and until it is addressed, the symptoms of physical inefficiency will take control of your life and it is quite likely that pain and injury will become an inevitability.
By addressing the root of pain via the use of good postural dynamics, we will nurture muscle and joint pain relief for an entire lifetime, effectively creating a mobile and strong body.
Who Can You Trust?
With so many systems out there purely focusing on the direct symptoms of a problem, it becomes difficult to distinguish what will actually have last results in terms of pain management and functionality.
Every training system I have witnessed has failed to set up a foundation based around human biological sustainability.
We are constantly sold on ideas that make promises but fail to deliver results that can last for a lifetime.
It is the lack of knowledge from these fitness “gurus” that has been leading people down the path of self destruction.
Injuries, pain, lack of energy, along with many other imbalances found in human beings can and will be re-enforced by a system that is flawed at a foundation.
Their failure to understand the nuances of what shapes human biology is what makes their training system at their core, completely unsustainable.
Live Pain Free
Standing efficiently in an upright manner is the ultimate foundation to work from if we can expect to live pain free, perform optimally, maintain our metabolism, exude confidence, manage stress, elevate libido, and down right just plain be healthy.
I wrote this book for the purpose of explaining the nucleus of my entire training system (oriented around posture), so that anyone can master the foundations of efficient movement that will transfer to a lifetime of pain free living!
Beyond all of this, these techniques can be done anywhere without the need of a “specialist” to manually work on you.
These techniques are what helped me and thousands of others address the root cause of their pain and dysfunctions.
Take control of your own life by learning how it functions at a foundation!!!
Prevent and Address Pain
Most pain and injury can be found in single sectors of the body compensating structurally. By getting at the structural root, we will eliminate compensatory patterns that bring about pain and injury.
Maximize Athletic Performance
The more muscle we have integrated into a movement, the more kinetic energy we can deliver. Whether you’re looking to improve a 40 yard dash, punch harder, improve marathon times, kinetic integration will be at the foundation of what you will need to improve your performance.
In most instances, excessive bodyfat can be rooted in the failure to adapt to stressful situations neurologically. If the techniques are mastered in this series, the body will have a much higher capability of adapting to stress and eventually learn to metabolize bodyfat.
A neurologically imbalanced body will overly tax the systems responsible for producing the stress hormones in our body that give us energy. By balancing the body as a whole, the body will be able to regain its circadian rhythm. This will promote the demand for energy when we need it most.
Build Strength & Muscle
Involvement of the entire kinetic chain through movement will bring about more functional muscular development to the body as a whole. This means that there will be increases in muscle mass, but the increases will build better proportion throughout.
Since people in our culture today are constantly in a state of stress, that neurological response will carry over into our sleeping habits. If we master systems to decrease stress at its root, the body will now come back to balance when bed time comes and we will get an effective sleep cycle in place.
A poor neurological adaptation to stress will lead to the suppression of sexual hormones. Implementing the techniques necessary will automatically bring about the improvement of sexual drive through the body’s new adaptable capabilities to stress.
Utilizing the science of reciprocal inhibition, we will use the fundamental building blocks to set up a functionally flexible body.