FOUNDATION TRAINING | PLAY LIKE A KID AGAIN
Foundation Training is a simple solution that gives you the means to change the way you move and correct the imbalances caused by our modern habits. Through a series of postures, poses, and movements, Foundation Training activates your posterior muscle chain, anchors the hips, decompresses the spine, and teaches you to take the burden of supporting the body out of your joints and put it where it belongs: in your muscles.
Essentially, Foundation Training is a re-wiring of the poor patterns ingrained in our bodies from modern lifestyles that cause pain, deterioration, and inefficiency. On today’s Show, we talk with Foundation Training’s Brian King, Jessie Salas and Dr Matt Montee about the genesis, benefits and incorporation of this powerful practice into everyday life.
Millions of people suffer from chronic pain. You don’t have to be one of them. – Dr Eric Goodman (Founder, Foundation Training)
Valuable Links and References
- Foundation Training
- Foundation Training – YouTube
- Dr Eric Goodman – TED Talk
- Dr Eric Goodman – 12min Routine
- Wim Hof – Super Human
- Forefront Healthy Brain Research Project
“The way we react to pain, the way we think of pain is wrong. We have warning signs that our body tries to tell us. These warning signs come in the way of the very chronic, common pain that we have.”
It takes conscious effort to maintain a healthy body in today’s everyday lifestyle. Even if you eat organic, workout weekly, and get plenty of sleep, there are certain aspects of modern life that simply do not support the maintenance of a healthy body structure. Cars. 9-5 desk jobs. Cell phones. There are so many things that alter the way we move in damaging ways. In the above TED Talk, Dr Eric Goodman delves into the root causes and cures of chronic pain. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiology and Nutrition, as well as a Doctorate in Chiropractic, Goodman deeply understands the human body and human movement. Watch the 12min Routine above to better understand to apply this powerful practice into everyday life.