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A Podcast Network Dedicated to Effective Thinking for Potent Exercise.
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Jan 23, 2019

Exercise can provide instant and delayed gratification.  Both of these feel near impossible when you struggle with old injuries.


Jenn’s experience and 100s of her clients share concerns about reoccurring injuries, muscle tightness, and exercise that just doesn't feel right.  The lack of progress and increased muscle tightness is annoying and frustrating.


In this episode Jenn shares her strength-based view of fixing your exercise and creating positive change to exercise performance. When we have old injuries, the choice according to conventional wisdom is to limit your exercise and let the tightness hold you back. The recent knowledge from Pain Science research findings indicate that active adults can thrive despite old injury and pain patterns.  


If you want to optimize and save time in the gym this episode is for you.  Believing that your body can do more than what it’s currently doing is the kindle that yields the results you are missing.


What you will learn in the episode:

  • Awareness of the possibility that joints can have damage/wear and tear/previous injuries with NO pain present.

  • The concepts and strategies that Jenn has used with herself and 100s of clients to progress beyond the stage of ‘exercise doesn’t feel right'

  • Strength training that can also be injury prevention and improve joint pain.  

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