How To Get The Best Results From A Chiropractic Adjustment

I’m not a typical doctor. Most of my patients and friends know that’s true. At first glance, you might think it’s because I’m licensed as a chiropractor and a wellness coach, and that’s true. But there’s a deeper truth that makes my practice very different from other doctors – even from other chiropractors. We’ve been […]

Top Exercise Mistakes You Might Be Making

A fundamental part of my practice, as we discussed last week, is performing chiropractic adjustments. There are many great health reasons to receive regular adjustments, but one that I see all too often is repairing damage caused by improper exercise. Don’t get me wrong, I believe that exercising regularly is a key success factor for […]

Warming Up: You Can’t “Move Right” Without It

For the last few weeks, we have been talking in depth about the importance of moving your body in a healthy way, not only to protect your muscles and bones, but to protect your brain as you get older. It’s super important and it’s sorely lacking in many parts of American culture. This week, I […]

Moving Right To Build A Strong Brain?

Last week, we talked about the importance of movement to your overall wellness. This week, I want to take the conversation to the next level. If you were at our “Fundamental Foods and Friends Dinner” last Thursday night, some of this will be review for you. At the risk of sounding arrogant, I think everyone […]

Why It’s More Important Than Ever To Move Right

With all the fitness centers dotting the landscape of our cities, it’s easy to think that America is the fittest and healthiest it’s ever been. Of course, nothing could be further from the truth. Obesity is at an all-time high. Cancer is up. Heart disease and diabetes are way up. Hip and joint replacements are […]

Army Training, Sir! Part 2 of “Four for the Core”

Last week, we started a series of four exercise videos showing you how to tone up your core muscles using the exercises the U.S. military uses to keep their soldiers in top condition. I hope you’ve started incorporating the first exercise – “The Bridge” – into your daily workout routine. If not, now’s a great […]

Army Training, Sir! Part 1 of “Four for the Core”

General Barnicke: “Where have you been, soldier?” John Winger: “Training, sir.” Soldiers: “Training, sir!” General Barnicke: “What kind of training?” John Winger: “Army training, sir.” Soldiers: “Army training, sir.” From “Stripes” Copyright 1981, Columbia Pictures Corp. That’s one of my favorite movie scenes ever. Bill Murray leads a ragtag group of army misfits to believe […]

8 Simple Strategies For Protecting Your Joints From Injury

When we think about joint pain and stiffness, we usually think of senior citizens. You probably see them all the time (especially if you live here in Southwest Florida) slowly shuffling down the aisles at the grocery store. I wish I could carry an adjustment table around with me wherever I go, to serve them. […]

One Small Change That Actually Could Transform Your Life

I see headlines like this all the time on Facebook. I’m sure you do, too. Promising big results with minimal personal investment is a trick as old as sales. The idea is that you can have miracle transformations in your life, health, relationships, and finances by doing one thing. In a society that wants to […]

Why You Should Add Running Stairs to Your “Move Right Monday” Plan

If you’ve been following our “Move Right Monday” feature for any length of time, you know that I believe it doesn’t take an expensive gym membership or fancy equipment to develop your stability, flexibility, and motor control, and build a slim, toned physique. You can “Move Right” anywhere. Case in point: stairs. Now, I know […]

The Best Fitness Training Is FREE

If you’ve been following “Move Right Monday” for awhile, you’ve probably started to notice that I am not a big believer in complicated gym equipment. There are few reasons for this. So much of the equipment at the gym is intended (or can be used) to bulk up at the expense of flexibility. I don’t […]

How To Be More Consistent With Exercise

The easiest thing in the world to do is to go with the flow. The hardest thing in the world to do is to take a stand for self-improvement. Think about every self-improvement effort you’ve ever made: I want to read a book a week. I want to eat healthy all the time. I want […]

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