Better Balance for Nordic Skiers

Skiers of all levels are balanced when they ski – unless they’re falling down. The difference in balance between a novice and expert is their base of support. As your skill improves, you’ll feel balanced and comfortable on an increasingly small and unstable base of support. You are also able to adjust the relative position … Read more

5. A Dozen Random Tips, Insights and Admonitions About Alignment

This is the fifth article in a series about body alignment. Scroll down for the start of the article. [thrive_text_block color=”green” headline=”Background”]I went from enjoying an active lifestyle to being unable to take a quick, short walk without significant pain and discomfort. I wrote this series in hopes of helping other people avoid this fate … Read more

4. Exercising for Alignment

This is the fourth article in a series about body alignment. Scroll down for the start of the article. [thrive_text_block color=”green” headline=”Background”]I went from enjoying an active lifestyle to being unable to take a quick, short walk without significant pain and discomfort. I wrote this series in hopes of helping other people avoid this fate … Read more

3. Surprising Signs of Misalignment: Assess Yourself

This is the third article in a series about body alignment. Scroll down for the start of the article. [thrive_text_block color=”green” headline=”Background”]I went from enjoying an active lifestyle to being unable to take a quick, short walk without significant pain and discomfort. I wrote this series in hopes of helping other people avoid this fate … Read more

2. If Your Body’s Alignment is a Problem, How Will You Know?

This is the second article in a series about body alignment. Today’s article addresses controversial topics such as the relationship between posture and pain and whether alignment matters. It concludes with an idea that may be overwhelmingly at first glance, but is actually liberating in it’s simplicity. Scroll down for the start of the article. … Read more