Posted in: Podcast Season 3

Build Better Feet

How do you fix your feet, relieve foot pain and create functional, healthy feet that will help you hike a mountain, run a marathon or just walk to get groceries? We’re going to find out more about that on today’s episode on The MOVEMENT Movement podcast with my special guest Petra Fisher. It’s awfully hard to enjoy life when your body hurts. By giving your body more and better movement is an investment in your future – and it also makes life better right now.

Posted in: Podcast Season 3

Be Bad At Many Things

Whatever activity you’re doing, whether it’s Yoga or running, or climbing or hiking or lifting, you want to be better at it, right? Maybe not, maybe it would be better if you got bad at a lot of things, but we’re going to be looking at that and much, much more, on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement Podcast, the podcast for people who want to know the truth about what it takes to have a happy, healthy, strong body, typically starting with the feet first. because those things are your foundation.

Posted in: Podcast Season 3

Better Breathing, Better Health?

Could the way you breathe be hurting…not only your health but even your performance? Do you breathe in then out? Or do you breathe out then in? Whichever one you do could make a difference. Kidding, that has nothing to do with it, but you’re going to find out more on this episode of The MOVEMENT Movement podcast with Dr. Artour Rakhmov sharing Dr. Buteyko’s breathing method.

Posted in: Podcast Season 3

Stressed About COVID-19? This Could Help…

With all the uncertainty and anxiety and confusion, and sometimes sheer panic about what’s happening with the COVID-19 Virus, I do not have a solution for you, but I do have something that hopefully will be helpful on today’s somewhat somber episode of The MOVEMENT Movement, the podcast that is typically for people who want to know the truth about having a happy, healthy, strong body, feet first.

Posted in: Podcast Season 2

Cirque Asylum, Natural Movement From People that Do the Most Unnatural Things

What if you could learn more about natural movement from people who do the most unnatural things you have ever seen? Well, that’s what we’re going to find out about today, on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement podcast with guest Jennifer Wilkins.

Posted in: Podcast Season 2

Building a Foundation for Natural Movement (with Skyler Tanner)

We think natural movement is an important thing. We think it’s a natural thing. We think everyone should be doing it, but maybe not. Maybe you’re not ready to do what’s natural. Let’s find out on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement podcast, with special guest Skyler Tanner, MS, Exercise Physiologist, President and Co-founder of Smart Strength.

Posted in: Podcast Season 2

Play for Adults. The Secret to Long-Term Health?

Did you know that 75% of children spend less time outdoors than prison inmates? And if you’re shaking your head going, oh my God that’s horrible for children, you are not much better. We’re going to find out why, and more importantly what you can do about that with our guest today Darryl Edwards, on The MOVEMENT Movement podcast.

Posted in: Podcast Season 2

Natural Movement

You want to get in shape? You want to be strong, you want to be healthy? You’ll probably join a gym. Could that be the worst decision you have ever made? Well, we’re going to find out more about that and many other things on today’s episode of The MOVEMENT Movement podcast, with my special guest: Erwan Le Corre, founder of MovNat, a physical education & fitness system based on the full range of natural human movement abilities.

Posted in: Podcast Season 1

Bryan C. Heiderscheit, PT PhD – Science of Running

On today’s episode, I have my friend, Dr. Bryan C. Heiderscheit, PT, PhD. We will be exploring something interesting. One of the many things we’ll be exploring is; Could you improve your running and get rid of your injuries by moving faster without running faster? I know that sounds crazy, but we’ll jump in and find out how that works.