Tiger Woods Doesn’t Need to “Get More Fit”


Tiger Woods’ season came to an end Sunday at the Wyndham Championship after finishing tied for 10th place. While Woods made a run at the FedEx Cup Playoff, he fell short of qualifying… Continue reading

When You Were a Kid, What Did You Do for Fun?


It’s a question that may hold more weight than any of us realize. But, if you would, take a moment and think about it. What did you do for fun? What vivid memories… Continue reading

With Egoscue, Sequencing is Important


Almost on a daily basis, I get asked the question. It might be phrased differently from one person to the next, but generally speaking, the question is the same: Is the order of… Continue reading

The Importance of the Hip Flexor


It’s an adage that has stood the test of time: If momma ain’t happy, ain’t nobody happy. Is that ringing a bell with anyone? Growing up as a kid, do you remember those… Continue reading

The Key to a Pain-Free Pregnancy


If you’re like a lot of women, you might believe (based on your own personal experience) that the words “pain free” and “pregnancy” don’t have any business being in the same sentence with… Continue reading

Rory McIlroy’s Biggest Injury Concern


Apparently the #1 ranked golfer in the world isn’t bulletproof. On Sunday, the PGA’s top-ranked player, Rory McIlroy, posted this photo on his Instagram account, revealing that he had completely torn a ligament… Continue reading

When is the Best Time to do My Menu?


The title of this post is one of the most frequently asked questions we hear throughout our clinics. Seriously. We get asked that question ALL. The. Time. If you’re an Egoscue client or… Continue reading

Dysfunctional Footprints in the Sand


I love to vacation in the Florida Gulf Coast, and my wife and I just returned from a family vacation there. The beaches and water are absolutely beautiful, and the panhandle area known… Continue reading

When “Rest” Isn’t Enough


On the surface, “resting” an injury makes perfect sense. It’s the old “if it hurts to do ‘x’ then you should stop doing ‘x’” mentality. If running hurts, then take a break. If… Continue reading

What Physical Education Once Was


Running, jumping, climbing, skipping, hopping. Going over, under, around. Pulling up, pushing down. Do these motions sound familiar? If you’re of a certain age, I’m sure they sound very familiar. For many of… Continue reading