Stop Exercising!

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Exercise is one of the leading causes of injury in home and gym workouts. Learn how to avoid this problem and how to start exercising the RIGHT way. RIGHT now!

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Are You At RISK?


There is a new epidemic on the rise in the exercise and fitness world, and I'd like to help you avoid it.  The number of exercise injuries in both home and gym workouts has risen exponentially over the last decade due to extreme training methods and a lack of general fitness education.  This number will continue to grow unless we arm ourselves with the fitness knowledge needed to promote the health of our muscles and joints.  The good news is that this information is now available to you.

Combining years of published, scientific research with clinical experience, I have unlocked the secret to exercising and reducing your risk for needless pain and suffering.  As an orthopedic physical therapist and fitness professional for more than a decade, I want you to possess the methods and fitness intelligence to stay healthy and get life long results!


What You Need To Understand...


What most people don't understand about exercise, is that while maintaining a stable posture and mastering simple yet effective techniques, you can not only enhance your results, but avoid an injury in your pursuit of fitness.  Remember the number one rule is "Do No Harm."  After all, if you injure yourself working out at home or in a gym, the recovery can be exhausting physically, emotionally, and quite often, financially.

P.S.  Exercise is NOT going to get you the body you want anyway.  Having the body you want comes from your DIET.  Don't believe me?  Click HERE, see for yourself!


Regardless of your fitness experience, the techniques I created have been tested over time with both injured and healthy clients.  Along with reducing re-injury rates, improving core strength, body awareness, perfecting posture, and enhancing fitness intelligence, learning these scientifically sound methods is sure to change the way you exercise forever!  You can start right now with my free, simple Total Body Home Work Out.  Click Here and download it FREE!

Below are just a few of the hundreds of published research articles substantiating and supporting the methods we use with our patients and clients, as well as with the techniques taught in our DVD:

David Levine, Michael W. Whittle. 1996. The Effects of Pelvic Movement on Lumbar Lordosis in the Standing Position, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 24(3):130-135, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from

Craig A. Smith. 1994. The Warm-Up Procedure: To Stretch or Not to Stretch. A Brief Review, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 19(1):12-17, Retrieved June 12, 2013

Daniel Cipriani, Jeff D. Swartz, Cynthia M. Hodgson, 1998. Triathlon and the Multisport Athlete, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 27(1):42-50, Retrieved June 10, 2013

Angela R. Tate, Stephen Kareha, Dominic Irwin, Philip W. McClure. 2008. Effect of the Scapula Reposition Test on Shoulder Impingement Symptoms and Elevation Strength in Overhead Athletes, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 38(1):4-11, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from 

Garry T. Allison, Sue L. Morris, Brendan Lay. 2008. Feedforward Responses of Transversus Abdominis Are Directionally Specific and Act Asymmetrically: Implications for Core Stability Theories, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 38(5):228-237, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from

Guilherme Trivellato Andrade, Daniel Camara Azevedo, Igor de Assis Lorentz, Rodrigo S. Galo Neto, Victor Sadala do Pinho, Rafael T.R. Ferraz Gonçalves, Mary Kate McDonnell, Linda R. Van Dillen, 2008. Influence of Scapular Position on Cervical Rotation Range of Motion, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 38(11):668-673,Retrieved June 10, 2013 from 

Heon-Seock Cynn, Jong-Hyuk Won, Oh-Yun Kwon, Chung-Hwi Yi, Jae-Seop Oh. Epub 15 March 2007. Effects of Performing an Abdominal Drawing-in Maneuver During Prone Hip Extension Exercises on Hip and Back Extensor Muscle Activity and Amount of Anterior Pelvic Tilt, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 37(6):320-324, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from

Sakiko Oyama, Craig A. Wassinger, Scott M. Lephart, Joseph B. Myers, 2010. Three-Dimensional Scapular and Clavicular Kinematics and Scapular Muscle Activity During Retraction Exercises, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 40(3):169-179, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from

Wim Dankaerts, Angus Burnett, Gabriella Bargon, Niamh Moloney, Meredith Perry, Sharon Tsang, Leon Straker, Peter B. O'Sullivan. 2006. Lumbopelvic Kinematics and Trunk Muscle Activity During Sitting on Stable and Unstable Surfaces, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 36(1):19-25, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from

D. David Ebaugh, Andrew R. Karduna, Philip W. McClure, 2006. Scapulothoracic and Glenohumeral Kinematics Following an External Rotation Fatigue Protocol, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 36(8):557-571, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from

Mohammad Reza Nourbakhsh, Amir Massoud Arab. 2002. Relationship Between Mechanical Factors and Incidence of Low Back Pain, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 32(9):447–460, Retrieved June 10, 2013 from

Shirley A. Sahrmann, Mary Kate McDonnell, Linda R. Van Dillen. 2005. A Specific Exercise Program and Modification of Postural Alignment for Treatment of Cervicogenic Headache: A Case Report, Journal of Orthopedic Sports Physical Therapy, 35(1):3-15, Retrieved June 12, 2013 from

Kebaetse M, McClure P, Pratt NA, Thoracic position effect on shoulder range of motion, strength, and three-dimensional scapular kinematics. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1999 Aug;80(8):945-50.

Wang CH, McClure P, Pratt NE, Nobilini R. Stretching and strengthening exercises: their effect on three-dimensional scapular kinematics. Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 1999 Aug;80(8):923-9.

McClure P, Balaicuis J, Heiland D, Broersma ME, Thorndike CK, Wood A. A randomized controlled comparison of stretching procedures for posterior shoulder tightness.  J Orthop Sports Phys Ther. 2007 Mar;37(3):108-14.

Salsich GB, Graci V, Maxam DE. The effects of movement pattern modification on lower extremity kinematics and pain in women withpatellofemoral pain. 2012 Dec;42(12):1017-24. doi: 10.2519/jospt.2012.4231. Epub 2012 Sep 5.