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5 Steps To Solve Chronic Health Problem

Life By Design

Is there anything more frustrating than dealing with the same health problem over and over again?

If that’s an experience you know all too well and you haven’t made a single change to what you’re doing…well, that’s what Einstein called insanity.

Here are the first 5 steps to solving a chronic health problem.

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Got Pain? This Solution Will Surprise You

Move By Design

When someone comes to us in pain, there’s one thing we almost always tell them they need to do… And usually they look at us as if we have 3 heads!

Like a lot of what we say, it goes against conventional thought…

But our goal is to get you the best results in the shortest amount of time, and this step is essential.

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6 Ways To Wake Up Sleepy Glutes

Move By Design

You’ve been sitting all day long and research tells us your waistline is going to pay dearly, but who knew the desk life would also turn off signals to our backsides?

Here are 6 ways to wake up sleepy glutes.

Gluteal amnesia or “dead butt syndrome” is a real thing and it happens when your glutes forget how to activate correctly. While gluteal amnesia may not cause symptoms early on, having a major muscle group like the glutes not working properly will have effects globally throughout your body as time passes.

Some of these effects include:

Lower back pain

  • Hip pain
  • Knee pain
  • Muscular imbalances
  • Postural distortion

The exciting news is that gluteal amnesia isn’t permanent if you’re willing to do the work!


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How To Make Goal Setting Fun

Think By Design

Healthy TV Episode 095

I’m going to be honest… Goal setting has become really stressful and difficult for me over the past couple of years…

A combination of failing to accomplish past goals, which was itself a consequence of choosing goals that I was not 100% committed to, has led me to dread the thought of goal setting all together.

I could feel my anxiety building over the past couple of months and decided that this year I was going to change tactics.

For me the biggest problem has been NOT THINKING carefully enough about which goals meant the most to me…. and why?  

Obviously this lack of clarity led to a lower levle of commitment which led to me being easily distracted.  And we all know how easy it is to be distracted in our sensory-overload culture! 

So I decided to take a different approach this year and ask a different question to figure out what really are my top goals and aspirations for 2019.


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