the brain identifies surgery as life threaning experience

Insomnia can be linked to surgery?

#TMPtipoftheday:   Your brain remembers surgery. Your brain considers it a life threatening experience! And, if that threat is not dismantled overtime, you could experience some negative ramifications post-surgery. There are many variables and possibilities here. I want to point out a few important ones. First, after a serious surgery or many serious surgeries, it…
having a stiff body does not mean you need stretching

Having a stiff body does not mean you need stretching.

#TMPtipoftheday: Have you ever worked with someone that is complaining of global stiffness? Or, maybe you’ve seen athletes that have lots of mobility issues that don’t resolve. It’s common for these people to think that they need lots of stretching or even massage. Despite aggressive efforts, nothing really changes. When the body is presenting global…
we need to think past the plank

Does the plank really target the core?

#TMPtipoftheday: It was only about 12 years ago that the fitness industry traded in the traditional sit up for the abdominal plank. It was progress. I think. Let’s clear up a few things fast! The plank is not a good choice for “strengthening your abs to help your back pain.” In fact, if you know…
infinity walk variations at tmp

The Infinity Walk variations – as seen in Men’s Health

#TMPinfinitywalk:   If you haven’t seen it yet, check out our full length instructional video on one of our powerhouse exercises, The Infinity Walk, as recently featured in Men’s Health Magazine, the September Innovation Issue. We use the Infinity Walk to help people eliminate pain, improve balance, visual skills and mobility! It’s possibilities are endless!…
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