Chronic Pain is a Worldwide Epidemic
It impacts millions of people every single day. In the US, chronic pain is the #1 cause of long-term disability and is estimated to affect over 100 million people, stealing their time, money and energy.
And this trend isn’t just a US problem – it’s happening in countries all around the world.
21st century life.
How We Got Here
Our daily lives can put us in sub-optimal positions, how often do you find yourself doing the following?
Working at a keyboard
Bending over your phone and devices
Commuting for hours
…even hanging out on the couch watching your favorite show
None of these activities are bad. Or wrong. Or things you need to give up. But your daily life IS causing your body to be under constant strain and stress. Which contributes to a life filled with chronic pain….. But it doesnt have to be that way.
Introducing Core Elements
Foundation Training’s Core Elements Is A Secret To Boost Your Energy And Strengthen Your Body
(No More Living With Daily Chronic Pain!)
Foundation Training’s Core Elements is the perfect solution if you want to eliminate your pain, boost your energy, and strengthen your body. This step-by-step online training program will help you steadily learn and master Foundation Training movements so you can finally begin living pain-free.
No matter your age, ability, or fitness level, you can do Foundation Training today and experience the life-altering impact of living every day with strength and stability.
Compression: The Root of Pain
Our day-to-day lifestyle today looks (and feels) a lot different than it has in years past. How we use our bodies – how we sit, how we stand, and how we move every day – is very different than just a generation ago.
And it’s putting a lot of strain and stress on our bodies.
All that strain and stress is causing millions of people all around the globe to suffer in pain.
Every single day.
Don’t let pain steal another day
From grandparents to teenagers, desk warriors to elite athletes, thousands of people just like you have discovered the freedom, relief, strength, and happiness that practicing Foundation Training brings.
Core Elements Testimonial – Chris Fluck
5 Chronic Pain Myths
These popular beliefs are keeping you in pain.
MYTH 1: IF I IGNORE IT, IT WILL GO AWAY
Small pains are your body’s early warning system to get you to pay attention before things get too bad. Stiff neck, sore shoulder, twinges in your lower back – this is how your body tells you to pay attention before these small annoyances become major problems
MYTH 2: NO PAIN, NO GAIN
Many athletes have grown up with this philosophy – but it’s what leads to major career-ending injuries, often with lifelong consequences. Pain is NOT something to be ignored, lived with or just for ‘weak’ people. It is your body’s natural warning system trying to get you to stop movements that are causing problems inside your body. Listen carefully to what your body’s telling you.
MYTH 3: WITH AGE COMES PAIN
Everyday aches and pains are NOT a natural part of life. They are a result of lifting, sitting, standing, picking up objects and all the small daily activities that we do without really thinking… but we’re doing them in a way that causes pain in our bodies.
Instead of continuing to cause pain, it’s time to learn better ways to move through your daily life making those aches and pains a thing of the past.
MYTH 4: REST WILL HEAL PAIN
Well-meaning advice givers often spread this age-old advice to ‘rest’ your pain. Rest is important for letting your body heal, recover and avoid overtraining… but rest by itself does nothing to target what was causing the pain in the first place.
And if you go right back to the activity that caused the pain without learning how to prevent that pain, you will end up in a downward spiral and eventually may have to give up that activity altogether.
MYTH 5: SITTING IS THE ROOT CAUSE OF ALL PAIN
Sitting is not a problem – in fact, it can feel amazing at the end of a long day! But when you combine sitting for a long time with things like poor posture, standing, walking and lifting things incorrectly along with other movements that can hurt you throughout your day – sitting can make the pain much worse.
Instead, it’s important to retrain your body in how to properly sit, walk, lift and move throughout your day in ways that help your body instead of hurting it.