Wack-Jobs, Disclaimers, The “S-Word” And KBs

So apparently I stepped in it with my blog post the other
day. Forgot to put the big disclaimer at the top, which I’ve
subsequently inserted.

(If you don’t know what I’m talking about, go here.)

Anyway, it might’ve come across like I was some kind of
wack-job snake oil salesman, which was not my intent.

My intent was to help you out. (As always.)

What I presented in that blog post is essentially my conclusion
to all my research, observation, and experimentation since
1998.

So lemme just say this:

If you’re dealing with acute or chronic pain or injury, go
get it checked out by your medical doctor. Because – and
hopefully this is obvious – not ALL aches, pains, and injuries
are a lack of reflexive stability.

Cases In Point: Cancer and the referred pain that comes with
that; Multiple Sclerosis, other inflammatory diseases, and
many others. Forgive me for not pointing that out.

What I was discussing was the aches, pains, and injuries
that come as a result of movement dysfunctions and
compensations.

Perhaps it would be wise to leave the word “pain” out of
the conversation since I’m not a medical professional.

Finally, here’s what I can say definitively about my own
experience: Restoring my body’s proper movement
patterns and functions has eliminated MY aches and
pains.

Disclaimer: It may or may not do the same for you.

However, in my ever-so-humble opinion, you should seek
to want to restore your body’s proper movement patterns
because in my experience, you’ll be able to do more of
the things you want to do.

Now that we got that cleared up, let’s talk about the
“S-word.”

The “S-word” is what I believe is holding you back from
truly maximizing your KB experience.

And it’s the primary reason most people lose their
reflexive stability.

Read all about it on the blog here.

Talk soon.

Geoff

P.S. Again, this is one of those “stupidly simple”
concepts that will leave you scratching your head…

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