The Knowbodies Podcast

Know. Your. Body. We are two physical therapists passionate about creating a more informed and healthier society through speaking with leading minds in the worlds of health, fitness, and self-development. The goal is to tackle any and all subjects relating to the most dynamic organism on the planet: the human body.
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Dec 27, 2017

In this raw episode, hosts, Nick Bracciante and Will Boyd reflect back on 2017 and discuss the highs, the lows, and pose questions to one another about changes they've undergone. We want to say thank you for an incredible year and we can't wait to keep this shipping rocking into 2018!

Dec 20, 2017

In this part 2 episode we share the most important stories of all the guests from 2017, those from our patients. We could easily say these guests brought more value to the surface of our discussion because, well, they are why we do this whole gig.

Three beautiful humans, Erin Jackson, Lisa Maczura, and Saidee Wynn joined us for very different yet powerful episodes to discuss pain, PT, and general healthcare. To say their words are valuable is an extreme understatement.

To wrap things up, we share great words of advice from Jerry Durham as he helped our careers launch in more ways than 1. Cheers to a great 2017, and a better 2018.

Dec 13, 2017

This is a throwback episode from the Breaking Student Debt Podcast in which Will sits down with Joe Reinke, CEO of FitBUX. In this episode Joe breaks down the various federal student loan repayment plan options that are available for students. As a large portion of our audience is made up of students or recent graduates, we thought this episode would be incredibly valuable for those weighing up their student loan options.


If you have any questions about your student loans or repayment plan options, reach out to Joe Reinke by messaging their Facebook Business Page:

FitBUX FB Business Page

or by creating a profile at:


Dec 6, 2017

We sincerely thank all of our listeners for a wonderful 2017!

From Will and Nick, we appreciate all the support, motivation, and creative assistance. 

And of course, we would like to thank our incredible guests. Clips from some of the most popular episodes of 2017 are featured in this collaborative "speech" if you will.

Be sure to tune into the full length episodes to learn how to support the missions and efforts of these wonderful people.

Nov 29, 2017

The world of Saidee Wynn, taken from her blog spooniewarrior 

"I didn’t choose the Spoonie life, the Spoonie life chose me.

If you aren’t sure what a Spoonie is, I urge you to look up the Spoon Theory. It’s a pretty awesome story that describes life with a chronic illness. Energy = Spoons (to sum it up in a super short way that doesn’t do the actual story justice…). It has become a symbol for those of us with chronic illnesses. Basically, we never have enough spoons.

I am currently fighting POTS, EDS, PTSD, and many other letter groupings. I feel like I’m out there trying to capture the entire alphabet!  My symptoms from these illnesses have rendered me disabled and dramatically changed the way I interact with the world. They have also forced me to redefine myself in my current roles in life.

I am the mother of a super spunky, energetic little girl. I also have an amazing partner in life, who is absolutely my rock. You’ll be learning more about them as you follow my blog, because they will obviously be the subjects of many posts."

Check out Saidee's incredible blog, recommendations and advice on her website and social media:


and "spooniewarrior" on facebook, instagram and twitter!

Show Notes:

  • Saidee is the author of - all things chronic illness and the journey of healthcare
  • EDS - Ehlers Danlos syndrome
  • Navigating healthcare with persistent symptoms
  • The tipping point of chronic pathology
  • Where do people really learn and connect over their health journeys?
  • Why medical providers should not completely divide people from their diagnosis 
  • What exactly is a spoon? And what about a spoonie?
  • Whats it like balancing the process of pregnancy and managing EDS?
  • “Ive heard of this before, but its not very common”
  • The biggest factor in a successful healthcare relationship - “If a doctor believes you”
  • Are chronic diseases “solvable” or “curable”


Keep your eyes peeled for Saidee’s upcoming blog posts, novels and more!


Nov 22, 2017


"I am a physiotherapist, chiropractor and strength and conditioning specialist treating musculoskeletal disorders within a biopsychosocial model.

I currently teach two 2-day continuing education courses to health and fitness professionals through out the world.  Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science and Running Resiliency have been taught more than 60 times in more than 40 locations world wide." Bio from greg

Show Notes:

  • Intro, gregs influences from Dr. Stuart McGill and Dr. John Sarno
  • How important it is to be malleable and the value of asking the challenging questions 
  • Stress test your own philosophy 
  • Harnessing the moments of doubts 
  • Build confidence by finding your OWN beliefs 
  • Keep the treatments simple! - it's evidence based 
  • When something specific IS important 
  • Gregs main question for folks: "whats new or different?" 
  • “Pain occurs when we fail to adapt to some stressor - Injury occurs when you fail to adapt to mechnical load…we don’t want to vilify stress..rather what is our response to our stressors”
  • “Calm shit down, build shit back up”

Twitter question from @theprehabguys

“How do you follow up your pain explanations? Specifically, how do you teach patience to desperate/eager patients - want answers 4 their pain”

The criteria for adaptability:

  • -Is it human?
  • -Is it dead?

Twitter question from @joelipsky

“How does Greg approach patients presenting with Sx consistent with a neurodynamic issue and how does load management come into play.”

Twitter question from @daschaser

“How does Greg approach patients presenting with Sx consistent with a neurodynamic issue and how does load management come into play.”

Twitter question from @nickgornick

  • “What are the limitations of graded exposure/adaptation?”
  • Poke the bear, don’t hump the shit out of it (we can’t come up with this stuff, honestly) Who is allowed to go into pain and how much?

Gregs HIGHLY revered course: Reconciling Biomechanics With Pain Science. Check out the 2018 dates to see how to overcome the common clinical barriers in a city near you!

Nov 15, 2017

In this episode, The Knowbodies sit down for what turned out to be a part 2 to their episode with Dr. Ben Fung, PT, DPT, MBA a few weeks back. 1 year later, after Ben was first featured on the Breaking Student Debt Podcast with Will, Ben is back diving into a host of topics:

  • How to create income outside of working in a clinic
  • How to approach creating your own practice either right out of school or early on in your career
  • Fear and how it plays a major role in us following our true interests and passion
  • What the future holds for the PT profession


-Nick and Will

Nov 8, 2017

In this episode we sit down with Doctor of Physical Therapy, Dr. Susie Gronski, PT, DPT and talk all about men's pelvic health. Dr. Gronski practices out of Asheville, NC and treats a variety patients, both men and women, with pelvic health issues.

In this episode we specifically talk about men's pelvic health issues and how she as a physical therapist helps men through the variety of issues they face.

We chat about:

  • Dr. Gronski's background and how a personal experience led her to wanting to become educated about pelvic health in both men and women
  • The common male pelvic health issues that she treats on a daily basis
  • Dr. Gronski's initial fears/concerns of starting her own clinic and working with men in a private setting
  • How does sex and sexual function play a role in the identity of both men and women?
  • The emotional factors involved when men are faced with pelvic health issues
  • How she educates her patients and the language she uses to navigate what might be a sensitive topic
  • Dr. Gronski's new book, Pelvic Pain: The Ultimate Cock Block and why she felt compelled to write a book about male pelvic health issues

You can learn more about Dr. Gronski at her website:

And you can follow her on social media here:

Facebook: @drsusieg

Twitter: @drsusieg

Instagram: @dr.susieg

Nov 1, 2017

Show Notes:

Course reference: "Clinical management of the fitness athlete"

Development of a coaches mentality
“coach first, treat second”
Feeling a movement to teach a movement
Are PT’s movement experts?
What position CAN we play for fitness athletes?
Demystifying and reducing fear of movements
Appreciating something new and learning how to share the process
Zach Aguiar shoutout - Fluid Movement Master!
Having the natural eye for movement
Incredible advice for starting your career
"If you want to go quick, go by yourself; If you want to go far, go as a team”
Shout out to Jeff Moore and the ICE faculty, whose mission is to drive the needle forward in healthcare because the patients need it.
Check out the next LIVE course November 18th-19th in Greensboro, NC with Mitch and Ryan
OR you can catch all their incredible content ONLINE
Check out for all the dates, locations, and course details. There are a TON of locations to visit in 2018!
Thanks as well to the spider cameo in Ryan’s apartment, appropriately spooky timing.
Oct 25, 2017

This is a throwback to when Will interviewed Dr. Ben Fung on the Breaking Student Debt Podcast back in January. Dr. Fung is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and one of the founders of UpDoc Media. This was recorded as a Facebook Live video. In it Dr. Fung touches on:

  • His switch from full-time patient care to content developer
  • What new graduates and current healthcare professionals who have aspirations of becoming entrepreneurs can do to start their journeys
  • Mistakes new grads tend to make when planning out their lifetime financial potential
  • His keys to maximizing one's financial potential
  • The direction of healthcare and where physical therapists will have the best negotiating power in the future

If you enjoyed this episode and want to learn more about Dr. Fung, check him out by following him on all of the social media platforms and at:

It's Your Body. Know It.

Oct 18, 2017

Paul Gough helps great Physical Therapists become successful business owners. Fresh out of PT School Paul was hired by one of the UK’s top professional Soccer teams where he worked as head Physiotherapist for 4 seasons. At the age of just “26”, Paul QUIT his high-profile job in pro-soccer to start his own clinic, known as the “Paul Gough Physio Rooms”. He has since built that cash-based business from a spare room in his home, to $1m +, multi-location private practice, in a country with a completely FREE socialist health care system as his main competition.

Show Notes:

  • Seizing the best opportunities WHEN the time is right
  • Be a people-person first, practitioner second 
  • One shirt-different city 
  • Overcoming the new patient flatline 
  • Why it's always a good time to create and share content and target the ideal market 
  • What's a PT practice anyway?
  • What to do with all the money you've saved for starting a business
  • The 2nd most important skill in business: recruitment 
  • People work for people, not a business 
  • Why business operators are stressed, and business owners get rich 
  • Develop yourself and your business will thrive!
Follow Paul, consume his content, enrich your own wisdom here:
@thepaulgough on instagram, Facebook, and twitter and where you can find Paul’s blogs, his physical therapy business school podcast, publications, and event dates for live and online seminars and courses.
Oct 11, 2017

Paul Gough helps great Physical Therapists become successful business owners. Fresh out of PT School Paul was hired by one of the UK’s top professional Soccer teams where he worked as head Physiotherapist for 4 seasons. At the age of just “26”, Paul QUIT his high-profile job in pro-soccer to start his own clinic, known as the “Paul Gough Physio Rooms”. He has since built that cash-based business from a spare room in his home, to $1m +, multi-location private practice, in a country with a completely FREE socialist health care system as his main competition.

Show Notes:

  • Content marketing - stepping out of your immediate environment and realizing why people like “you”
  • How do people make decisions, especially about healthcare?
  • yea, healthcare requires selling, but can we teach how to do it in schools?
  • While we want to prevent poor health, PT’s may have a steep hole to climb to reach the mass public
  • The potential of employer-healthcare and why we need to get comfortable talking $$, weight loss, or performance as a motivator
  • Paul’s why: fulfillment and excitement
  • If you’re hungry, don’t overlook the multiple avenues Paul has created to help you grow
  • To beat “free", you have to understand the importance of time
  • The AMOUNT of time you spend with a client BEFORE you ask them for their payment, and how easily they spend time with you, the MORE certain they are of your value
Teach the WHY, tell them the WHAT, sell them the HOW
Follow Paul, consume his content, enrich your own wisdom here:
@thepaulgough on instagram, Facebook, and twitter where you can find Paul’s blogs, his physical therapy business school podcast, publications, and event dates for live and online seminars and courses
Oct 4, 2017

Ali is a tremendously motivated third year Physical Therapy (PT) student at WSSU and at the time of this recording is beginning her last rotation before becoming a DPT. In this episode we dive into a great discussion on all SORTS of great content!

Show Notes:

Follow and reach out to Ali on twitter @aphpt and @alihartmanspt and email

Its your body, KNOW IT!

Sep 27, 2017

In this week's episode we had the pleasure of sitting down with Rob Vining, a physiotherapist based out of Portland, Oregon. Rob is one of the co-hosts of the PT Tech Talk Podcast and is the owner of PTlive. We chat about the current state of telehealth in the US, how new and changing laws will affect teleheatlh, and why clinics that don't adapt to telehealth may go out of business sooner than we think. 

Sep 20, 2017

Phil White is an Emmy-nominated writer and the coauthor of the forthcoming books Waterman 2.0 with Dr. Kelly Starrett, and Game Changer with Fergus Connolly. He is also a frequent contributor to The Inertia and SUP the Mag.

Show Notes:

  • Phil whites background:why it's important who you know and how to meet them: shout outs to Kelly Starrett, Dr. Andy Galpin, Brian McKenzie, TJ Murphy 
  • Unplugged: how technology has helped and limited the fitness world, and getting optimal tech use
  • Game changer: the forefront of coaching philosophies and applications
  • What are the 2 C's of writing? Curiosity and conversation 
  • The importance of servitude when collaborating with such wonderful professionals 
  • Fergus connelys efforts to maintain a wholistic coaching practice 
  • How to digest massive amounts of information and prioritizing important take aways from a conversation 
  • Planning a book in a nutshell and sticking with the process
  • Just what exactly is fergus connelys approach to coaching, and how is it different?
  • Is practicing a physical skill in large volume the best method to improve ability?
  • Is failing to perform physical or psychological? How to approach both aspects without excessive fatigue
  • The value in identifying dominant and limiting factors
  • The use of technology and how to optimize the many tools available
  • How to measure the immeasurable qualities

Please visit and grab your copy of Unplugged and Game Changer now! Help make old medicine new again.


Sep 13, 2017

This is a raw and emotional episode that I hesitated to release for some time. It's a story about anxiety, insomnia, and a psych unit. I hope if you're out there and you're going through a tough time, please know that you're not alone. We need you. :)  -Will

Sep 6, 2017

Toe shoes??? Grand plies??? How do you help dancers recover from injury???

We had the pleasure of sitting down with Institute of Clinical Excellence faculty member Jessica Davis, PT, DPT on this week's episode of The Knowbodies Podcast.

Here's what we cover in this episode:

1:28 - We welcome Jess to the show

2:42 - Jess’ background and experience with the performing arts

08:35 - The story behind why Jess fell in love with dance and ballet in particular

13:00 - What’s it like being ON YOUR TOES?!?!?!

13:40 - “Jess, what do you feel like when you dance?”

18:25 - How does Jess help her athletes transition through a time where most injured dancers and artists feel like they’re falling behind and have a sense of loss when it comes to a part of their identity?

23:20 - How Jess incorporates her background in dance when it comes to treating dancers with injuries

27:00 - The psychology of a dancer and how Jess has to navigate that psychology to incorporate verbal cues, tactile cues, and other strategies to get the most out of her sessions

30:47 - Jess’ history working with the dance community and her time working with the Pittsburgh Ballet

32:30 - We dive into the upcoming course - Performing Artist Comprehensive Management - Jess will be teaching as a part of the Institute of Clinical Excellence in Chicago at Entropy Physiotherapy and Wellness (run by the wonderful Sarah Haag and Sandy Hilton)

40:00 - Who would win in a dance battle - you or Jeff Moore?

If you want to sign up for Jess' Performaning Artist Comprehensive Management (which you should!) you can check it out here:

Shoutout to the amazing movement of Christopher Johnson in this episode!

Aug 30, 2017

In this week's episode we had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Elliot Berman, Ph.D, Neuroscientist from the University of Oergon's Social and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory. Dr. Berkman conducts research on understanding behavior change and is also a blogger for where writes The Motivated Brain Blog.

Links Mentioned in this Episode:


Follow Elliot on Twitter:


The Social and Affective Neuroscience Laboratory


The Motivated Brain Blog


Dr. Elliot Berkman, Ph.D. Interview Show Notes 


0:45 Dr. Berkman’s Introduction and Background


2:20 Dr. Berkman’s current research regarding behavior change (and a cameo from baby Jonah :) )


4:13 How has our analysis and approach to studying behavior change changed over the past decade?


6:34 How do we study genomic effects and predispositions when it comes to our behaviors and habits?


10:34 Why is it so important to study these big picture questions of behavior change?


12:45 How does Dr. Berkman define motivation? Is the phrase, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”, true?


20:20 Dr. Berkman’s take on motivational interviewing and the power it can wield


22:41 Dr. Berkman’s perspective on the “scalability” of behavior change beyond 1:1 care


24:36 How do we balance internal motivation vs. public regulation?


26:26 Dr. Berkman explains the “nudge” phenomenon


28:46 How does a neuroscientist and behavior change researcher handle being a parent?


34:45 The science of making decisions


36:00 Dr. Berkman explains the “decoy effect”


41:24 How do we make short-term changes into lasting changes?


42:17 Understanding the formation of habits


46:00 Why have we placed health so low on our value scale in society?


50:33 Dr. Berkman’s personal favorite behavioral change studies…



Aug 23, 2017

In this week's episode we had the tremendous pleasure of talking with Daniel Perryman, the founder of and former hospital CEO. In this episode we talk about the business side of healthcare, what it's like to run a hospital, why prevention is the future of healthcare (from a business perspective), and Daniel's journey from the Navy to Hospital CEO to know hosting his own podcast, The Low Carb Leader.

Here are the Show Notes:

-5:28 Dan’s Background growing in Iowa and his time in the Navy

-08:57 Dan’s journey into getting into healthcare (from no experience in medicine in the Navy to a conversation with his brother that led him into healthcare management)

-11:25 The coursework Dan went through in his Master’s of Health Administration program

-14:00 Dan’s first experience jumping into healthcare management and his initial impressions of the business side of healthcare

-17:20 Why are hospitals losing money?

-19:55 How can hospitals get out of the financial pain they are in and why the current system wants things to stay the same

-23:15 How have things changed in terms of business in healthcare over the past 5-10 years?

-27:04 Who is benefiting from the current system and who is suffering?

-29:01 Dan’s transition out of healthcare and how his life has changed since leaving the corporate world

-31:24 Dan tells his journey to starting The Low Carb Leader Podcast and what the brand is all about

-34:28 Dan’s journey into preventative health and how he and his son first got into nutrition

-37:27 What does The Low Carb Leader Podcast cover and what can people expect to learn from the show?

-40:26 How does Dan respond when people ask him about getting into the preventative health world after transitioning from corporate healthcare?

-45:05 Dan’s take on how we can affect behavior change at an individual level 

-49:37 Dan’s advice for healthcare workers from an executive’s point of view

-53:00 Where you can learn more about Dan and how to keep up with him!

Aug 16, 2017

In this reflection episode Will and Nick dive deep in their own discussion about early PT perspectives, healthcare systems, and patient care. This is kind of a candid mic episode, as the recording begins smack-dab in the middle of what would be an average, everyday chat between Knowbodies. We could share bullet points in the show notes, but that would spoil the fun on this one. 

Aug 9, 2017

Shelly Prosko, Physical Therapist, Professional Yoga Therapist and Pilates instructor, is a highly respected pioneer in the area of Physio Yoga Therapy, a combination of Physical Therapy and medical therapeutic yoga. She received her Physical Therapy degree at the University of Saskatchewan in 1998, her medical therapeutic yoga training through Professional Yoga Therapy Institute in North Carolina and her Pilates certification through Professional Health and Fitness Institute in Maryland. 


  • Blending yoga and PT
  • Yoga is: connecting to one’s truest self and connecting with others
  • Blending and shifting multiple avenues of self-healing
  • What does the Yoga industry need? (Hint - all health industries need this)
  • How to approach care while wearing multiple hats
  • What specific conditions or injuries have been found very responsive to yoga therapy?
  • The best way to explain a new idea: give someone an experience
  • Feeling out the timeframe of integrating yoga into PT care
  • Cultivating the art of mindfulness, then sharing it with others
  • Where is yoga falling under the umbrella of health and wellness
Reach Shelly on her website and subscribe to her news list FILLED with TONS of free content
Facebook: Prosko PhysioYoga Therapy
Twitter: @proskoyoga
Youtube: shelly prosko


Aug 2, 2017

This week we had the pleasure of sitting down with the CEO of TRAZER, Barry French Jr. to discuss the role of 3D motion tracking when it comes to orthopedic and concussion rehabilitation. In this episode we dive into:

  • The history behind TRAZER and how the company was founded
  • Why is 3D motion tracking important when it comes to monitoring and rehabilitating people from concussions and orthopedic injuries?
  • How does this whole thing work? Equipment? 
  • How TRAZER tracks patient data via HIPAA compliant software and creates reports for clinicians
  • Who is using this? TRAZER is already being used by the Green Bay Packer, Denver Broncos, the University of Alabama Football team, and the US ARMY
  • How much does all of this cost? You might be surprised :)
  • Where you can learn more about Barry and the work he is doing with TRAZER


A little about TRAZER, taken from their website,

"TRAZER is the revolutionary patented technology of TRAQ Global Ltd. that offers specialized, interactive testing and training programs for concussion management, orthopedic rehabilitation, senior health and sport injury prevention. Clinicians, athletic trainers, and coaches are provided with data, giving them the ability to make strategic and confident Return-2-Play (R2P) and Return-2-Activities of Daily Living (R2ADL) for their patients.

The TRAZER technology uses computer-based simulation to create an accurate analog of the functional challenges of sports, work, leisure and daily living activities. TRAZER tracks 25 points on the human body.  This allows core physical and physiologic performance to be quantified as reaction time, acceleration, speed, endurance, jump height, cardiovascular efficiency, caloric expenditure, and distance traveled.

The TRAZER Sports Simulator uses full body sensing, 3-D graphics and breakthrough measurement analytics to provide information directly related to your patient’s healthy performance capabilities. In the event of injury, our patented baseline data can be compared to future Return-to-Play TRAZER Tests post injury to ensure a safe and healthy return.

TRAZER also provides healthcare providers and clinicians with standardized, objective, actionable data that can be accessed instantly through our HIPAA compliant Cloud website. This immediate access to TRAZER’s reports and test results gives each person involved, whether it be the patient, parent, coach or healthcare provider, a unique, relevant and invaluable opportunity to better assist in the return-to-play and return-to-work decisions."

Jul 26, 2017

In this week's episode we sat down for the second time with Dr. Michael Breus, aka The Sleep Doctor. Our chat stemmed from our observation in practicing PT that our patients who weren't sleeping well tended to be the ones not recovering from routine conditions. So we brought in Dr. Breus to help us break down sleep's role in recovery!

Show Notes for The Episode:

Wake Up Wednesdays: Tune into TheSleepDoctor's FB LIVE every Wednesday at 9AM EST to learn the keys to optimal sleep health!
The lowdown on napping: what drives the sleep cycle, HOW to nap, and the Napalatte
The social disadvantage of being tired
The role of sleep in the healing process
The relationship between pain, anxiety, and sleep
Drugs pt. 1: Benzodiazepines
Cognitive behavioral therapy
Can pain wake you up?
Drugs pt 2: Opioids


We hope you enjoy this episode!

Jul 19, 2017

In this episode we discuss emergency medicine with special guest Dr. Steven Carroll. Steven graduated from the Emergency Medicine Residency at San Antonio Military Medical Center (formerly Brooke Army Medical Center) in 2012.  After 2 years at Fort Hood, TX he returned to his residency program as core faculty.  After finishing his military commitment in the summer of 2016, Steve moved to Atlanta Georgia where he is currently an Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine with Emory University working at Grady Hospital. 

Episode Shownotes:
  • Dr. Carroll’s pathway to emergency medicine
  • The birth of the EM Basics Podcast
  • The role of emergency medicine in all professions
  • Avoid betting on the Dallas Cowboys
  • Identifying true emergencies, thin slicing, and gestalt
  • Think while your calm to avoid freezing in fear
  • Reviewing:
    • Cardiac arrest, what it looks like and what to do
    • 25 minutes in
    • The vital signs and blood pressure
    • Exercise and syncope
    • Diabetes and glucose levels
    • Seizures
    • The emergency of pain
    • The evolution of a clinician in emergency medicine
    • Lifestyle changes that can improve society
Follow Dr. Steven Carroll on twitter @embasic and online at for tons of great podcast content and other resources for emergency medicine! Feel free to email Dr. Carroll at
Jul 12, 2017

Jim Laird has been working as a Strength and Conditioning Coach helping clients achieve their goals since 1997.  He has 4 years of Division One coaching experience and over a decade of working with clients in the private sector.  He has worked with everyone from housewives who just want to look good and feel good, to professional athletes in the NFL, LPGA, and MLB; his most notable client being Scott Downs who is currently with the Chicago White Sox and is going on his 13th year in the MLB.

As an elite level Powerlifter, Jim pushed his body to the limit for years, and now understands the difference between working out to be healthy, and working out to achieve a high level performance goal, and he want to help others do the same. Jim has a reputation for two things: getting more results from less work, and getting his clients both strong and healthy.  Jim’s motto of “Training Smarter, Not Harder” has earned him the respect and recommendation of numerous orthopedic surgeons and physical therapists.

In this episode we explore:

  • how to get yourself in - shovel the shit to grow the flowers!
  • First impressions and the observant eye
  • default movement strategies
  • shoutout to the Paleo Solution Podcast and Robb Wolf
  • Assessment and relationship tools
  • BrainWave App
  • Working In to work OUT
  • Building capacity without hitting the high intensity button
  • Building a relationship with exercise
  • The stress response - tightness or living situation?
  • progressing a common exercise movement
  • Where will putting in the time get you?
  • faulty vs less than ideal patterns
  • strategizing movement
  • Going deep into the subjective
  • The biggie of the health industry? get results
  • applying technique
  • The best coaches may put themselves out of a job
  • the epitome of a sign-off
Follow Jim at
Follow Aimee @fitnerdaimee
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