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Did you know exercising the wrong areas could make a person worse?

Did you know that exercising the wrong areas could actually make a person worse?

And, it can increase the amount of time spent experiencing pain!

Here's the deal.

Our brain is wired for survival.

It will do whatever it needs to do in order to stay alive.

Even if it's not optimal.


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Training teen athletes is so much more than just fitness

TMP | fitness from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


To say I'm proud is an understatement.

This chick is a rockstar!

If you could only see how far she has come.

16 years old!

Started when she was 14.

Her secret?

She lives in the moment and shows up every freaking time.

No cell phone distractions.


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What do you do if your health or movement problems are "functional?"

health motivation recovery May 15, 2017

Approximately 33% of traditional neurologic consults result in a medical diagnosis of "functional neurologic deficits."

This means they are suffering from issues that have no identifiable cause.

They are not broken enough according to standard guidelines.

People who suffer from undetected...

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How long can you compensate until it becomes a bigger problem?

education pain May 11, 2017

Exploding into the information on day 1 of Structure at Zhealth Performance.

Humans are amazing at adapting.

There is no perfect movement.

There is only suboptimal and optimal movement.

Is it possible to have movement issues that do not result in pain?


The question is, how long will...

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A Lesson in Entrepreneurship: Go Pick a Fight and Lose

our stories May 07, 2017

The endless quest to learn.

Go pick a fight and lose.

You have to be ok with it.

The past 3 years has been a relentless effort to find what we are looking for.

Starting a business.

Changing the business.

Changing it again.

And then again.

Alisha going back to school full-time.

Continuing our...

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Corey training balance and jumping post-lung transplant

Have the courage to start where you are | TMP from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


What seems trivial for some is monumental for others.

Corey has been training hard with us the past few years post double lung transplant.

Why is jumping rope for one repetition such a milestone for him?

Besides the...

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Our feature in the Sudbury Town Crier

media Apr 27, 2017

We had our first press release in the Sudbury Town Crier recently!

A nice article titled, One Size Does Not Fit all in Fitness Training and Recovery, written by Greg Gammons. Greg is a wellness educator and coach at Lincoln Sudbury High School.

Greg applied for a grant to come work with me as a...

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Pain is personalized and takes an individualized approach to solve it

education pain results Apr 27, 2017

Pain is a private, personal experience.

Nobody has the right to tell you how much something is bothering you.

Nobody has the right to tell you that you just need to change your behavior and you'll be fine.

You have the ownership of your pain and no one else.

That is the first step to finding...

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Video demo of why active mobility is better than passive mobility

education mobility results Apr 25, 2017

Active vs. Passive Mobility from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Active vs. Passive mobility!

Why it's so important to choose ACTIVE!

Takeaway #1:

Both active and passive mobilization can create a result!

Takeaway #2:

In most cases, active mobility is going to create a longer lasting result...

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Strength is a key part of eliminating pain and quality of life

I am having a very interesting and exciting experience with a few chronic pain clients that has brought me back to such a simple idea.

There is no substitute for pure freaking strength!

Strong bodies generally don't hurt.

Of course my definition of strong is different from the general population...

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