- Over 100 million people in America currently suffer from chronic pain. I used to be one of those people.
- And what’s worse, is that 66% of them believe they will live with that pain FOREVER.
- This pain forces you to move less and less, eventually leading to obesity, more pain, and depression. It flat out sucks to watch life pass you by from the sidelines.
- No one, no matter the injury, should have to live in pain.
- The saddest part, is that in most cases it is EASILY fixable!
- The problem, is that people focus on all the wrong things.
- The biggest mistake you can make, is to focus ONLY on the painful area.
- You see, pain is a tricky devil. Just because you feel pain in your shoulder DOES NOT necessarily mean there is ANYTHING wrong with the shoulder.
- In fact, it could be stemming from your opposite hip or your spine (seriously, and more on that later).
3 Things You NEED To Know About Pain
- Pain is NOT a Life-Sentence
Pain can stop at any time–if you stimulate the body and brain in the correct way. Sadly 66% of chronic pain sufferers believe it IS a life sentence. I assure you, it is NOT.
- Injury ≠ Pain
Even with a serious injury (herniated disc, torn rotator cuff, labral tear) you can be completely pain-free with the right exercises.
- The SOURCE of the pain is completely different (and unpredictable) from the SITE of the pain.
It’s best to take a full body approach so you don’t accidentally miss YOUR “magic bullet” exercise. I say YOUR exercise, because two painful shoulders (even if it’s the same spot) can have COMPLETELY different causes.
5 Minute Flow is something you will look forward to doing every day. It challenges and builds your mobility, strength, and coordination.
It also just feels damn good and will release “happy hormones” into your blood stream -eliminating stress and reducing anxiety.
Developing a 5 Minute Flow habit can take any human being from absolute level zero, all the way up to a ninja warrior of movement.
Starting with a foundation of simple joint mobilizations used by cutting edge physical therapists, and eventually leading to an advanced hybrid of calisthenics, yoga, and martial arts, it will make you into a better man or woman. But of course, none of this is possible unless you make a commitment to yourself.
Give your body 5 minutes per day to show it that you love it. That’s the real “body love.”
I’ve put together a comprehensive system that outlines EVERYTHING you need to know about mobility, strength, breathing, and habit formation. I’ve spent the last 10 years sifting through information across the world from a huge variety of sources to distill it down to only the MOST IMPORTANT and IMMEDIATELY USEFUL stuff.
If you follow this plan, your small 5 minute daily investment WILL pay you huge dividends – GUARANTEED. You will make the fastest progress if you let me share some of these extremely effective and time-saving secrets with you.
If you decide not to accept my help, then please at least understand the pure essence of 5 Minute Flow and implement the idea into your daily life.
5 Minute Flow is about winning the day, starting with the very first thing you do when you wake up in the morning.
By starting with a win you are signaling to yourself, your brain, and the world, that you plan on following through in every part of your life.
While the Flow itself lasts just 5 minutes (though I get many messages “complaining” how hard it is to stop after just five minutes), the mobility drills, core exercises, and breathing will leave you feeling invigorated. This Flow is rewarded (remember those 3 keys to habit formation?) with a large cup of water. Drinking water after you wake up has a ridiculous amount of health benefits ranging from metabolism and brain function to appetite suppression.
It’s a simple concept, really, but I believe it’s not WHAT you do…it is HOW you do it. So MOVE!
Move well, move often, and move every day of your life – as long as you can.
This is Rob. Rob was 62 years old when he walked into my gym (referred from a member who had fixed their back pain). Rob hadn’t run for 15 years—he had chronic pain in most of his major joints, and his activity level was playing golf once per week. Fast forward to 6 months of diligent work at Ambition Athletics, and Rob and I were playing racquetball together once a week. He had actually regained the ability to run—even though it had been lost for over a decade. Rob is 67 now and we still play once a week to this very day, and he is one of my closest friends.
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