After asking Jeff Bridges about his meditation and exercise routine, Jeff shows James and David Duchovny a stretch he learned that helped his lower back pain.
Julie and Lauren talk with Dr. Eric Goodman about his new book "True to Form". He also explains the importance of foundation training and what it means to your overall health.
By: Kim Katerba I know, I know. Everybody wants a six-pack. It's universally known in our culture that once you've got those sleek, rock hard, sculpted abs, you've made it. You are officially strong and undeniably in shape. Next to flexing big biceps, people love to flaunt well defined abs. But somewhere along the way in our fevered pursuit of the perfected washboard stomach, we started calling our abs our core. This is a big problem because our abs are most certainly not our core. And this perception that they are is contributing to a population in pain. Hear me out. When is the last time you heard of someone calling out of work because they threw out their abs? Just about never.
Yoga Talk Show - Episode 119 By: Lucas Rockwood Eric Goodman is a Doctor of Chiropractic and also holds a degree in Health Sciences and Physiology. Dr. Goodman is the creator of Foundation Training, a system where he combines his experiences as a strength coach, personal trainer and Chiropractor to create a simple strengthening program that facilitates the body’s natural healing ability and quickly improves degenerative movement patterns. In this Show, You’ll learn: The good, the bad and the complicated of being a chiropractor. What does all this “slipped disk”, “bulging disk”, and “herniated disk” really mean? If back pain is rooted in emotions or psychology. Source: YogaBodyNaturals.com
By: Nicole Westlake Young athletes are resilient; they may sustain an injury in their sport, but with youth on their side, they bounce back faster than adults. As someone ages, injuries can set them back farther and take longer to recover. So what is missing? Stability. While stability is a well known term, it is not necessarily well applied, nor a popular form of exercise. No matter what age, stability is something everyone can benefit from practicing. Stabilizers are the muscles responsible for holding your body up against gravity and supporting joints, especially during movement. Without these muscles the body cannot move or hold itself properly. This leads to imbalanced wear of the joints and can cause pain. From a young age,
Foundation Training: Rapidly increase your back strength, flexibility, and balance quicker than you could ever imagine – Propriocep.com
By: Daniel Lord DC Naturally healing back pain has been at the core of what I do and am passionate about. Specifically, teaching people what they need to do to take care of their backs and prevent pain for the long term. No one wants to be chained to their providers, use pain medication or be dependent on passive therapies. You absolutely want to be the CEO of your health and understand how to live pain free. One of my favorite quotes is by Dr. Kelly Starrett and he is correct, “every human being should be able to perform basic maintenance on themselves.” Enter Foundation Training. I first met the founder Dr. Eric Goodman in 2010 when he taught a course to
By: Ryan Wagner Earlier this summer I stumbled across an interesting training program called Foundation Training. I say stumbled because it was purely by serendipity. Foundation Training is relatively new and certainly undiscovered by the majority of active people. At first glance it looks a lot like yoga but Foundation Training, or as I’ll refer to it in this post – FT, claims to help relieve back pain by safely and effectively treating dysfunctional movement patterns. It was created by chiropractor Eric Goodman to treat his own chronic low back pain by utilizing a series of exercises designed to reintegrate the body’s kinetic chain. As you may expect, Goodman had me at movement patterns ( :) ) so I took it upon myself
Good-bye back pain, hello improved posture. Foundation Training founder Eric Goodman’s simple exercise plan gets results fast. Good posture isn’t just for finishing-school grads and pageant contestants. Strengthening the posterior chain of muscles that allows you to stand straight and tall helps you look more vital and youthful, and is the basis of a strong and pain-free back. Anyone who has suffered through back pain will tell you there is nothing quite as debilitating. Like many chefs (and TV personalities) I spend hours on my feet, which can leave me with a sore back on occasion. So I was intrigued when I heard through the grapevine about an exercise program that not only improves your posture, but can relieve acute back