11 hours ago
My days at the office only get better as i become more aware of the mechanics of everything around me. i am moving mountains of fascia that have been blocked for a lifetime in just the last few days. i know this probably looks strange, but this is the beginning process to the correction of pectus excavatum and several other problems. my ability to control this problem at my most focused level was non existent about 3 months ago. today, i made about a 95 percent progress i could have never done before in about 3 calculated reps with specific force vector recruitments. this right here folks is moving structures without hypermobilizing. it's freaking complicated.
the reason i am so harsh with the industry is because they are treating the mechanics of the human body as if it's simple. it's not. it's reaalllly realllllly complex. i slag on yoga, olympic lifting, powerlifting, etc. because they simply do not account at all for what we do at fp. they think they might, but the results are yet to come in anywhere near as dramatic as fp. i know everyone wants scientific studies, but i don't go down a road that slowly. i'm a scientist. a real one. maybe i'm a bit mad, but i think everyone else is just as slow as i am mad. you guys want studies? go ahead and play that game, i'm gonna fix people and showcase it how it really matters. i prefer the anecdotal over the empirical in training. if you can't apply the science taught to u in your own practice, what you learned is not a science.
if u hate these rants, step ur game up. quit telling me to stifle my progress so that u guys can understand better. put in work and you'll get it. that's all i do. work. period. my a*s off.
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