Stop Chasing Skinny Podcast | SKFitLife
About This Show
☀️NBC’s SPARTAN RACE TV Series Season 1 Contestant… Founder of the SKFitLife Challenge and www.skfitlife.com, Stephanie Keenan is a wellness expert and fitness coach. Do you want to learn how to LOOK as fit as you FEEL? Have you thought to yourself, yeah, I DO want to reach my fitness goals in a more concise way! Listen each week to learn how to bring it all together. We know you have more important things to do with your time than slog away on the treadmill or elliptical chasing skinny.
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56: Which Daily Movements Could Lead to Injury with Julie Pitois – Stop Chasing Skinny Podcast
Have you ever woken up with some random pain? As if you somehow injured yourself during your sleep? What about a nagging pain that persists, but doctors can’t seem to determine the cause of the pain? What about an old injury that you were flat out told you couldn’t do ever again? This week’s episode addresses all of these pain points and gives us insight into how we can both correct and avoid these issues.
Julie Pitois is the founder of Pro To Col Sports Systems here in sunny San Diego. Julie is a Certified Orthopedic Manual Integrative Therapist, Certified British Sports Therapist, Active Isolated Stretch Certified, Rocktape Certified, SFMA Level 1 & 2 Certified. Listen to how Julie’s personal pain lead her to her profession and how you can benefit from learning how to walk, stand, and sit properly so you don’t end up side-lined due to a preventable injury.
Julie has assembled an entire team to ensure you receive the best possible care. The Pro To Col Sports System team specializes in performance enhancement, functional movement, strength and conditioning, postural assessment, injury reduction, orthopedic manual therapy, massage therapy, active isolated stretching and medical cupping.
Rated 5 out of
GREAT SHOW, very informative.
I've been chasing skinny for a long time. The rock bottom moment for me hit 14 months ago and I've lost 110 lbs, but still have another 20 or so pounds to loose. Why does the BMI chart say that I'm still obese when I weight 225 and I'm 6'6"? how thin is thin?
Date published: 2016-10-22