Did you know your balance issues can be related to your gut health?


midline history and tools


Did you know that you can fix your balance issues by improving your gut health?

Did you know you can improve your gut issues by working on your balance!?

Housed in the Insular Cortex of the brain is the Vestibular Association Cortices.

Say what!!!!??? (just go with it).

Guess what else lives in the insular cortex?

What we call the gut homunculus!

Simply speaking, the brains map for your gut!

You can have balance problems related to gut problems.

I see it all the time.

And, the other way around!

Other common symptoms that come along with what we call midline issues are:

  • digestive problems
  • midline surgeries/scars
  • neck pain
  • low/mid back pain
  • heart problems
  • lung problems
  • gut problems
  • chronic bronchitis
  • asthma or like symptoms
  • vertigo
  • different respiration issues
  • pelvic floor/TMJ/tongue issues
  • systemic inflammation
  • inappropriate breathlessness with exercise
  • fuel issues
  • spinal mobility limitations
  • excessive fear
  • a lack of self-awareness or hyper self-awareness
  • a feeling of not being grounded
  • addictive behaviors

At TMP, we run an extensive midline health history with our clients and athletes so that we can offer powerful tools and resources to truly help people with their health.

Now here’s the coolest part. We can actually design a training session around the things that I just mentioned.

People get to work on their health without feeling like they are giving up on their fitness!

This has been our vision since we started.

Movement heals.

As long as it’s targeted.

Targeted movement is what we do!

Taylor Kruse_5 reebokAbout the Author:

Taylor Kruse is dedicated to empowering you with the truth and tools for improved health and performance.

His inspiration stems from more than 10 years of education and coaching through systems like Zhealth Performance, The Burdenko Method, and various movement practices.



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