More powerful than a locomotive? Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound? Shoots laser beams out of his eyes? What is Superman’s most important power? Simple; he’s impervious to injury. All his other abilities depend on his superhuman durability; without it he would hurt himself using his other abilities.
In like fashion, regular people, be they in the military, the athletic arena, or desk jockeys, depend on their durability to execute their duties and pursue their potential. It isn’t the strongest or fastest that prevails in sports, it’s the healthiest. Also in the military, it’s the soldier who can avoid injury that prevails, not necessarily the best. Even for the desk jockey who relies little on his physical prowess, a bad back or neck can really get in the way of your performing at your best.
While physical conditioning to improve one’s appearance or performance is well defined, the means to make someone more resistant to injury has been elusive…until now. My pain free movement workshop is the key to getting beyond the aches and pains that hold you back, and making you bulletproof to the injury. Register for the next workshop in Los Angeles in April 2017.