Twenty years ago, I experienced some back pain and a strong desire to win squash matches, so I began studying (obsessively) about how to move better and with less pain. I got some great results, and now I’m trying to share what I learned.
The theme of this blog is that the nervous system has far more control over strength, speed, flexibility, endurance and pain than is commonly assumed. So I try to report on recent advances in neuroscience and pain science and how you can apply them to improve your movement capability.
I also frequently take a skeptical look at many questionable ideas that are found in the worlds of personal training, corrective exercise, bodywork, and physical therapy.
And, I did a lecture on the body maps which you can purchase at Movement Lectures.
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