The Power of Your Spine, How Back Strength and Posture Pilots the Entire Body
I am also the author of the following books:
*The Stroke of and Artist: The Journey of a Fitness Trainer and a Stroke Survivor
*Tipping Toward Balance: A Fitness Trainer’s Guide to Stability and Walking
*Stroke Recovery, What Now? When Physical Therapy Ends, But Your Recovery Continues
What inspired you to author this book?
In this book and my other books, I try to educate the best I can to help stroke survivors and others struggling to get movement, balance, stability and more back into their lives. In the fitness industry, there are some very knowledgeable professionals, but unfortunately, there are many who are very limited in their muscle and movement education. Limited knowledge limits a person's outcome. In some cases, this can mean helping a stroke survivor walk again or not. If the survivor and their caregivers/family do not have the knowledge they may settle with the limited recovery and accepting it was the stroke, when in fact, often it is the limited knowledge of the professional.
Stroke recovery is just one example of the many, many struggles, challenges, diseases and injuries people are trying to heal from.
Everyone wants to stay safe and avoid injuries in their exercise programs. The more we understand the muscles on our own body and how they perform movement, move joints, and the proper alignment of the spine and back posture and how it all connects to the whole body, the stronger and injury-free the body can stay.
I also try to keep my books to the point and easy to understand but with solid education.
It is also small enough to carry with you to a chiropractor, physical therapist, trainer, doctor, and other healers one may be working with to get better by sharing the illustrations and helping everyone be on the same team and understanding in one's body care and recovery or sports training.
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