As a 40Plus guy (well more like 43), I’ve always been active. What I mean by active is I enjoy walking, hiking, biking and playing with the kids.
Over my last 40ish years, a number of things that have gotten in my way of living my active lifestyle.
Now, let’s see if you can relate to me on any of these:
#1) Injuries Slowing Me Down
For years, I had problems with injuries. All kinds of back, shoulder and knee issues; even some foot, elbow and neck problems.
These injuries forced me to take a break or slow down. This bothered me so I started researching, going to seminars, and working in physical therapy clinics so I could learn everything I needed to know about how to avoid injuries and how to recover from them quickly.
I have applied all of this learning and now in my 40’s, I have less pain and injuries than I had in my 30’s. I am having way more fun.
With the articles, videos and products that I’ve shared with you, I was able to help a multitude of clients.
This has been my primary passion; helping people overcome injury and pain so they can go back to a healthy, happy and pain-free life. I have dedicated myself to this since 1994. Since then, I have helped hundreds of people face to face, and over 100,000 people with my daily tips. The amazing part is, I have helped millions with my online videos and articles. Plus, my techniques are used by thousands of health & fitness professionals around the world.
I look forward to helping you.
Now, lets move on…
#2) I Need Some ‘BLANK’ Exercises
I have been asked this question for well over 20 years. When I started out my career as an injury specialist, I didn’t think much about it. But after hearing this a hundred times, it finally sunk in. (Sorry, sometimes I am a slow learner.)
This is the exact question people would ask:
“I need some exercises to strengthen my ____.”
The blank would be back, shoulder, knee, elbow, neck, wrist, hip etc.
Since that point, I have been working on putting together exercises and techniques that strengthen the joints and body without adding damaging stress on them.
A lot of what I see on the internet, magazines, television or in the gym just makes me cringe, as the techniques and exercises are leading to more damage to the body and a good chance of pain and injuries.
Now, the last one…
#3) What Helps and What Hurts
A few years back, I met a lady who changed the way I help people with pain and injury.
For privacy and confidentiality purposes, let’s call her Michelle. I was working with Michelle in a physical therapy clinic. She came in to see me for her knee pain. I asked her what was wrong, assessed her knee, gave her some recommendations and exercises to help end her knee pain.
Before she left, she asked me what she should eat in order to overcome her knee pain. I really never put much thought into the impact that food had on recovery and pain. I gave her my suggestions and off she went.
I saw her a week later. She took action on my suggestions and exercises as well as my food recommendations. She reported that her knee was feeling a lot better. She had great movement, very little stiffness, higher energy levels and even lost a few pounds.
Since then, I have been spending more time researching, learning, practicing and teaching how food can heal & slim.
I hope you will never need my help, but if you do have any kinds of aches, pains and injuries, you have come to the right place. I am confident that I will be able to help you get back to a happy, healthy and pain free life.
Take care, friend!
Rick Kaselj of ExercisesForInjuries.com