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TEDx Talk – The Unexpected Physical Consequences of Technology

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Dr. Eric Goodman is the Founder and creator of Foundation Training, a body weight based exercise system that is changing what was believed to be proper human movement. Eric has a Bachelors in Physiology and Nutrition, as well as a Doctorate in Chiropractic.

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  • Carlos
    January 20, 2015

    … that’s one way to get a standing ovation! 🙂 Just bought the book and DVD set! Can’t wait to get started!
    Thank you!

  • November 17, 2014

    A friend suggested this program to me and I am very interested. I was in a very bad car accident last December that totaled my car. My resulting injuries landed me in chiropractic therapy for 4 months and residual lower back pain. My hips were 1.5 inches off and all 5 lower disk in my back are bulging. I am only 23 years old and starting a career in the Air Force. I work out all of the time and still frequent the chiropractor to release pain; but nothing seems to really help. Would this program benefit me or at least help with the lower back pain? Any other suggestions? Thank you!

    • Dustin
      December 15, 2014

      I would definitely give it a try, it’s hard to comment that Foundation fixes everything but it does fix a lot.

  • August 24, 2014

    I’m 50. A surfer, runner and in excellent shape. Had planned to compete in my first triathlon this year, but notice lower back pain on my right side and down my leg each time I step up my training. Clearly I plan to see my physician and will seek the appropriate medical advice, but it appears I may have degenerative disc issues. Does your program address non muscular pain like disc and bone? How does strengthening muscle help a disc that is just getting old and worn out?

    • Dustin
      September 2, 2014

      Basically disc issues occur because the spine is not being supported and used properly causing the breakdown of ligamentous structures. This all creates laxity in the joint causing excessive motion and inflammation around the area which causes pain. By strengthening and tightening the surrounding muscles and learning to use your body more effectively, there won’t be the excessive movement that is creating the inflammation anymore, and in turn no more pain.

  • June 30, 2014

    Great video. Just bought 2 dvd set. Will this process help heal/strengthen an injured knee? Age 68, works out at gym 3 to 4 times a week. Thanks, Leonard

    • Dustin
      July 8, 2014

      Hi Leonard, the exercises can help your knees as it strengthens the surrounding musculature. I feel that the Woodpecker is best at helping with knees, just be sure to hold them in the proper positioning and keep them stable through any hinges.

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