"I was at a point in my life where I was really wanted some relief and progress."
I had some long term injuries with my shoulder and knee that were frustrating, as they were prohibiting me from full range of movement, which stopped me from pursuing in my hobbies such as Brasilian Jiu Jitsu and surfing.
I was at a point in my life where I really wanted some relief and progress. I had tried a number of things, and wasn’t having a whole lot of luck.
Essentially, as much as I appreciate the depth of knowledge involved in the physiological side of it, it really boiled down to being really disciplined and putting in the time to actually do the exercises. It was challenging in the beginning, when you have to implement any new program into your routine and schedule.
It has been a gradual process, like most things; but it is a good feeling to know that you are moving towards some healing and improved movement. I am also a lot more “body aware” now. By this I mean more aware of my posture, my movement, and how everything needs to work together, rather than in isolation.
Rhett's approach is very unique in that it encompasses a holistic approach. Not just the rehab and exercise component, but the nutrition, the relaxation techniques, and some of the various philosophies.I wouldn’t be writing this if I didn’t wholeheartedly endorse Rhett as an individual, or the practice that he has created. For me personally, I always ask myself a question before I start anything, and that is, “What good can come out of this?”. In this case, it has been nothing but good. How can getting more awareness, increased movement and flexibility and strength be a bad thing?
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