Coaches, I always strive to bring you the best guests along with interesting and helpful topics for your businesses, and I've gotta spoil my upcoming lineup a bit: it's incredible. The fitness required for and neuroscience behind dance. The strength and empowerment of fitness for the pole. An extraordinary guest that talks to me about active aging. I am so excited to share what I've already recorded and the guests I have lined up.
Today I have the pleasure and the privilege of sharing this interview that I conducted at the end of July with Dr. Zach Long. Like me, Zach is interested in and excited by preventative physical therapy and treatments. He operates a highly respected and trusted company and resource for other trainers and clinicians, and truly, it's a privilege having him on this podcast.
In this episode, we dive into the key components of human movement and how he helps disciplined athletes. He also shares some tips on how to get quality sleep and what...
In today's brand new episode, David Grey joins us and shares his experience on how he was able to make a profitable program both online and in-person after dealing with his own pain and injuries. He went to seek relief for knee pain and ended up making his own program.
David believes that there are some basic principles to look up before beginning rehab or training that proper lower muscle coordination relieves and could make a client pain free with the right assessment.
You'll hear us talk all about:
- The bad advice that folks get.
- Muscle coordination and basic lower body training principles.
- How success does not come overnight.
About Today's Guest
David Grey is a Neuromuscular Physical Therapist specializing in Rehabilitation and Performance. He works with clients from all over the world, from office workers to Olympians and professional athletes competing at the highest level in sport. His research and training has brought him across the globe,...