We love to write, but there are some things that just need to be said out loud and heard....right? Plus, we thought the idea of some short 10 minute #strength10me like episodes might be fun too.
We'll be discussing our weekly blog and movement snax, hanging out with some friends, nerding out with Dr. Mike and a few others, and here for your entertainment, education, or whatever you are looking for.
Catch up with Tim, Dani and some of the OS Team here weekly!
Join Tim & Dani as they sit down with fellow Master Instructor's Dr Mike Musselman and Dan Barrows, DPT to discuss Original Strength and the fact that it is indeed NOT a panacea.
- Methods to aid in recovery
- How to address overtraining issues from crawling
- Developing self awareness
- Healthcare Professionals/Clinicians improving compliance in patients
- Using the OSSA to help you see more...simply.
- Tim's attempt at rapid fire questions in regards to tools at the end. (addresses stuff like foam rollers, cognitive bracing, and neutral spine). - Dani's attempt at talking more on this podcast
DAN BARROWS DPT, Barrows Physical Therapy in Fresno, CA - Dan decided to become a physical therapist after being in a horrific car accident. After extensive physical therapy, he realized that he was fascinated with the human body and how it works, why it stops working and how to get it moving again… This curiosity also lead him to Original Strength.
Dr. Dan has been practicing physical therapy for more than 30 years and operates out of his own practice in Fresno, California. Barrows is also a passionate college professor and is dedicated to changing the way that healthcare professionals look at and restore the human body.
MIKE MUSSELMAN, DC, Musselman Family Chiropractic in New Ulm, MN.
Mike joined the Original Strength Team after attending one of our very first workshops. His passion and knowledge of the spine and nervous system is something we are constantly picking and learning from.
Dr. Mike has been providing chiropractic care to the good people of Minnesota for more than 20 years and is committed to teaching the world how effective pressing reset is on developing and retraining the nervous system.
In this blogcast Tim talks about how our interpretation of life's events are what cause our stress. He also offers simple things you can do to help lower your stress response. We all have life to deal with, but how we deal with it is largely up to us.
In this blogcast Tim talks about how to restore posture and he also talks about how you don't restore posture. If you are of the mindset that you are stuck in your posture or you think it's a position you should try to hold, this blogcast is for you!
Tim and Dani sit down with Dr Mike Musselman, a chiropractor out of New Ulm, Minnesota who loves to nerd out over neurology and RESETS. Today's topic is all about proper tongue placement and why it's important.
What if you were supposed to be good at anything... what if you just needed to unleash yourself? Tim sits down to chat about this and his OS blog, 'Unleash Your Potential' today on the podcast. Check it out.
Read the blog here: https://originalstrength.net/2018/07/16/unleash-your-potential/
On this 'pog' Tim covers what it means to have a 'braided body' based on the recent blog.
A cord of two or three strands is not easily broken. It’s a deep saying I heard once. It has meaning on different levels, but I actually want to talk about the surface level; the strength of the cord. A cord, or a rope, gets its strength from the smaller cords, strands, or fibers that are woven or braided together.
Read the blog here: https://originalstrength.net/2018/07/08/the-braided-body/
In this episode, Tim and Dani interview OS Instructor, Mark Shropshire, after Mark had shared an experience on our alumni forum. Mark's
- putting yourself out there
- asking for help
A friend of mine recently told me he was “tired of the gym” and he asked me if he could get strong by walking. He had become disenchanted with weight training but he really enjoyed walking so he started pondering if he could strength train with walking instead.
First of all, I love his thought process.... let's talk more about this.
Another 'pog' as Tim likes to call it... In this episode Tim Anderson discusses the extremes of division and the idea of good and bad based off of his most recent blog ( https://originalstrength.net/2018/06/24/the-extremes-of-division/ ) .
Breathing is not just about the giving and receiving of air, to only see it as air exchange is to look at it with the shallowest of glances. Breathing is about the balance between becoming and being, giving and taking, expressing and absorbing, creating and learning, resting and fighting, boldness and cowering, stumbling and rising, existing and living. I know that’s a lot to digest, but I’m trying to explain something far beyond a superficial glance; the breath of life.
Today Tim is on the podcast discussing our weekly blog. This week it was all about 'How to Become..."
Have you ever wanted something so bad and worked very hard to get it only to be frustrated or irritated or dejected when you didn’t get, or couldn’t get what you wanted? Let me be more specific. Have you ever wanted to move a certain way, look a certain way, feel a certain way, or be a certain way?
In pursuit of that “way” did spend a great deal of effort or collect a great deal of ‘knowledge” and still come up short? This can be very frustrating and it can cause a great deal of suffering.
Today Tim's sharing a simple solution to help you from coming up short and how to truly become whatever it is you are looking for.
We'll be discussing releasing our weekly blog each Tuesday here. Read the blog here - https://originalstrength.net/2018/05/27/how-to-become-_______________/
This is our kinda very first ever podcast... (funny story, this is actually the third version of this because the first two we recorded didn't save properly) Anyways, we are pumped to be getting this going and are here to say hi and tell you what you can expect from future podcasts.
We promise to keep them educational, engaging, and at least mildly entertaining, and most importantly, they will all be about 10 minutes long! Get ready for this people!
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