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Guard the Guardians with Sean Hansen is the show with one mission: help active military, veterans, first responders, and their families live better lives. You served us, now let us serve you. Please subscribe and share with your friends and family. You can reach out at:

 

In this week's episode we explore how functional fitness can mesh with clinical treatment to give you excellent fitness, better advice on avoiding injury, and better treatment for the times when you hit too hard.

 

My guests this week are Shane Miller (CSCS, SCCC, CrossFit Level 1) and Steve Capobianco (Doctor of Chiropractics).  They, along with a couple friends, own and operate Project MOVE near Denver, Colorado, a 17,000 sq ft facility that is both gym and sports injury treatment and nutrition lab.  Project MOVE is unlike any gym I've seen, and I wanted to highlight the story because they are having tremendous success in getting people back to healthy movement and high levels of performance.  I know because I've seen the results personally in my treatment plan at Project MOVE.

 

Some of the highlights from the conversation:

  • How the vision of combining a premiere fitness and sports performance facility with top notch clinical practitioners and nutritionists came to be in a fast casual restaurant.
  • How the team at Project MOVE combines its various expertise areas to best serve its clients in fitness programming, injury prevention, and injury treatment.
  • What the hand-off process looks like when a client-athlete needs to go to the clinical side, or vice versa, and internal communications methods that the Project MOVE team uses to accurately track its client-athletes progress.
  • The initial movement screening and software application that the Project MOVE team uses to ensure that their client-athletes get off to an injury-free start in their workouts.
  • The challenges of adapting workouts for athletes who have movement dysfunction and/or injuries.
  • The balancing point between getting enough rest and still throwing the hammer down in the gym.
  • How the functional movement experts at Project MOVE write the 'pre-hab' programming that the fitness side of the team incorporates into the daily workouts to help prevent injuries. 
  • The problems the Project MOVE team is seeing in present day society that's affecting our health and our children's lives.

 

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