What if I have pain?

If I have arthritis, back pain, or fibromyalgia, can I still do the strength exercises in Exercising WELL? This is a great question and one of the reasons I created this online program. I have worked with thousands of people who believe they can’t exercise...

Strength beyond muscles

Have you ever fallen asleep on your arm and when you wake up, you can’t move it?  What happened? Did your muscles get weaker overnight? Obviously not. Your nerves are simply temporarily limited in their ability to tell your muscles what to do. Strength is much...

Yes, but will it make me lose weight?

Will doing your new online course Simply Strong make me lose weight?  Let me ask some questions that may help with the answer to that question. What do you want to lose?  The scale is an all-in-one gauge. If the gas gauge on your car measured your water, oil, wiper...

The missing link of strength, part 2

In my last blog, I clarified how the pelvic floor muscles are an important major muscle group, designed to function with the core muscles, rather than separately.  However, even when the pelvic floor muscles are added to core exercises, there is still a missing link....

The missing links of strength, part 1

Do a quick internet search for core exercise programs and you will need to sort through more than 222,000,000 results!  Yet, most core exercises do not help the 13 million Americans, 20% of them athletes, with function-limiting weakness in one really important muscle...