14 Dec Aaron Alexander – How To Align Yourself Through Better Movement

(#188) Aaron Alexander is the featured guest this week on the show. This session is “unconventional” and fast-paced as we cover some great topics and practical applications.

Aaron is the creator of Align Therapy and a fitness podcaster who’s passionate about helping people maximize function and athletic performance through better movement.

He’s a corrective exercise specialist who’s had quite a journey in exercise training and you’ll hear his unique approaches to improve movement and performance.

Here’s some of what you’ll hear about this week:

  • How his training evolved from bodybuilding to a much more functional approach
  • His biggest breakthrough in performance training
  • The simple way we can all become better movers
  • The qualities that make a coach great
  • How to use exercise as “supplements” – and what does this mean?
  • The problem with barbell shrugs?
  • You’d NEVER guess the training tool he’d pick for the next 6 months
  • A simple way to assess movement
  • And much more…

Intentional movement practice – that will keep you healthy forever – Aaron Alexander.

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