Tips for Back and Knee Pain

Still a buzz from last weekend’s course.

It was a great weekend of learning and yesterday I went through some of my notes and practiced some of the exercises.

I am working on the next international presenter to bring to Vancouver.  Those who attended last weekend gave a list of presenters they would like to see.  I am working on contacting them and seeing if they are interested in coming to Vancouver.

Let me know if you have anyone you would like to see for an intensive weekend of learning.

What To do For Those with Back or Knee Pain when the Rear Leg is Elevated

Breathing and Athletes

I followed up with Roger Takahashi on the breathing thing he talked about in his presentation.

He was kind enough to take the time to email me a reply with a few more details. I thought you would be interested in it.

“The breathing techniques and information that I touched upon was regarding breathing and recovery – between shifts and post game especially – although it can be used during the game as well.

There is quite a bit of information on it with respect to training athletes. Just google – breathing recovery athletes – or something like that.

We use a computerized system here at the rink that educates players through mostly biofeedback (auditory and visual) to regulate breathing patterns and to us better breathing techniques.

I know that the military uses techniques such as these as well.  Hope this helps!”

Roger Takahashi
Strength and Conditioning CoachVancouver Canucks

Very cool stuff.  I know breathing is important to incorporate into exercise but it is very cool to see athletes incorporating it into performance.

Kind Words about SI Joint Program

“The Sacroiliac Pain Solution Program works: if you do the exercises, the pain will go away.

I found the program a very professional presentation, and set forth in a easy to follow manner.”

Robert Pearey

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I love the fact that I can easily follow along with my own copy of presentations for note-taking.

The information was great and absolutely worth the price.

Tony did a great job making his presentations sound enthusiastic, and I learned the most from him.

Josh Johann
Currently studying Exercise Science at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

That Is It

Nothing more for this week.

Have a great day and weekend.

For all of my friends in the US, have a great Thanksgiving.

Rick Kaselj, MS