After years of training clients of all abilities, there seems to be one common trend, we all get sore and have some pain along the way. There now seems to be a shift towards longer bouts of pain and inflammation with ALL people.
Maybe I just pay better attention to what people are saying or maybe there is a shift in our society towards a sedentary lifestyle that is wreaking havoc on our bodies? I do believe we sit too much. We sit at work, in front of a computer, in our cars commuting to and from work, in front of the TV and while playing video games. We sit much more often than in the past. Keep in mind, our society is larger (over weight and obese) than it has ever been. The food supply has more chemicals and less nutrients than ever before and I haven’t even mentioned the portion sizes that are out there today. I can’t say I have all the answers, but I will offer some solutions.
How to Reduce Everyday Pain and Inflammation in the Body is a manual that will help you can take control of your body and help it heal, recover and rejuvenate.
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About the Author
He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association as well as a Sports Nutritionist.
Todd holds a BS in Dietetics from the University of Rhode Island as well as a BA in Secondary Education and Biology from Rhode Island College.
For over 10 years Todd has been educating athletes on fueling tactics and training modes for optimal performance. He was a high school biology teacher from 1999-2007, a high school football coach from
2000 – 2004 and a high school Strength and Conditioning Coach from 2005 – 2008 before opening Precision Fitness.
Todd is a former college football player and nationally ranked BMX racer. His passion for athletics and sports nutrition led him in the direction of sports performance training. Athletes train hard and tend to have lots of pain and inflammation. So Todd searched for methods that would help his clients heal faster, feel better and perform better. He now teaches these strategies to adults, as well as athletes, who want to look and feel better all the time.