TOP 10 STEPS TO REDUCE PAIN

1.

DRINK ENOUGH WATER.  Unless you're one of those people who already drinks too much (more than approximately 130 oz per day)

2.

GET MORE/BETTER SLEEP. 

I always seem to operate better when I have had adequate sleep.  Not just enough but good quality sleep too.  Turn off electronics and wifi overnight to rid your home of EMF's 

3.

INTRODUCE REDLIGHT THERAPY TO YOUR HOME AND OFFICE.  

instead of blue lit televisions and flourescent lighting redlight helps balance circadian rhythms

4.

EXERCISE REGULARLY.

Incorporating myofascial sling training (movement designed for humans) to your workout will help cleanse fascia and hydrate your tissues resulting cleaner, more efficent movement with less pain from restrictions in mobility

5.

GET OUTSIDE.

Spending time where you can be where nature intended; outdoors (especially barefoot) at the beach, park, or even your own backyard has proven to result in better health and mood.

6.

EAT WHOLESOME FOODS. 

A well rounded diet consisting of organic, grass-fed, pasture-raised meats, veggies and healthy fats will help detox the body.

7.

AVOID AMBIGUOUS EXERCISE THAT DOESN'T RESPECT HUMAN BIOLOGY. 

If it doesn't integrate the entire body, the training probably isn't going to result in changing the entire body.  Avoid isolation and embrace integration.

8.

INTERMITTENT FASTING.   

Your body heals ITSELF and replenishes its quality and quantity of mitochondria during your fasts.  When we spend less time eating we manage to spend more time healing.

9.

VIDEO YOUR MOVEMENT. 

 

When you cannot see how you're moving how do you expect to improve your problems?

10.

DITCH THE ALCOHOL. 

Although it's not a popular one, this tip will save you lots of discomfort and disease this season.  Dehydrating your fascia and decreasing your body's elasticity is a sure-fire way to suffer from pain.

Where Science meets Fitness

Since 2013, from ages 16-97 we have been helping others from Boise, ID to San Diego and across the world empower themselves to do the things they need to do to stay independent and self reliant. Boise Biomechanics focuses on clients being able to enjoy their lives and learning how to move better because everyone deserves to feel good and move well with confidence and stability. 

Hard work, consistency, and patience along with bio-mechanics

training guide us towards your best self.

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