A Simple Program for Complicated Times. Show 01. 3.25.20

On this first episode, we share four movements that can help anyone pursue their wellness needs: DB Pelvic Tilt, DB Butterflies, DB Knee-to-Chest, and DB Sit Squat. Many of these exercises may be familiar but, rest assured, there are subtle differences to the Dynamic...

Learn Pelvic Tilt with Sarah!

Follow along with Mark's detailed coaching of the basics of Pelvic Tilt. Use this exercise for building awareness and foundation strength. It's a tool for life, try using this gentle movement to ease low back and hip pain....

Video: Quick Tip for Plantar Fasciitis Relief!

Here’s a sneak peek into our introductory #plantarfasciitis program. Slow is the secret!  . . Have you tried it all and continue to suffer from sharp pains in your arch and heel? Check us out on dynamicbalance.com — fill out a contact form or book with us! . ....

Tuesday Tip

Combat rounding shoulders and forward neck by working some pull ups into your routine. Regular upper body strengthening can even ease nagging pains and aches.

Thoughtful Thursday

Just like dental hygiene isn’t merely about removing a problem tooth, kinetic hygiene is about a lifestyle and routine that allows the body to maintain itself, work smoothly and avoid chronic degeneration. As dental hygiene relies on daily, basic activities like...

Fitness Friday

Knee to Chest Stretch is a wonderful warm-up stretch to get you ready for #foundationfive exercises.

Tuesday Tip

Tips to help you perfect pelvic tilt: • First, give thought to your base at the beginning, and throughout each repetition. • Also, balance something flat; such as a board, measuring stick, or even a rigid pillow, across your knees to provide feedback resulting from...

Motivation Monday

It's the first Monday of the new year, a wonderful time to do ease into some stretching. Just a few min is better than nothing!  

Saturday Squats

Drop into some Sit-Squats and hang back! Hold here for 3 counts. Keep your eyes, head and shoulders dropped to form a line extending from the upper body through the fingertips. Train those foundation muscles and challenge your balance, and you'll feel that anaerobic...

Fitness Friday

Looks like a squat, but it feels like a whole lot more than that! . . The DB Sit Squat starts smaller, goes slower and holds longer to affect #FoundationStrength. #SitSquat is all about foundation control, find the edge and hang on for dear life! . . If you feel like...

Thoughtful Thursday

Use a mirror or ask a friend to check your front knee and make sure it’s at 90 degrees when you do the lunge stretch. . . KEEP THE KNEE OF THE FRONT LEG OVER YOUR HEEL. Avoid drifting your knee over the mid-foot or toes. Slide your back leg (knee) backward or wiggle...

Workout Wednesday

The Reverse Fly combats one of the most powerful domestic postures of our day: rounding forward of the shoulders and head.  . . Much of our life involves manipulating objects in front of us: reading, watching television and using computers. All of these draw us...

Tuesday Tips

Holidays=excessive sitting. Lounging, driving, deadlines that chain you to the dreaded chair… chances are that you have some nagging front hip pain. Take a break and ease into this lunge stretch to find some relief. . . TIP: Notice how her right hip is rotated back...

Motivation Monday

Bill has been rebuilding, repairing and overcoming with Dynamic Balance for 5 years.  . . Like many clients there isn’t just one area of concern- we’ve worked with him as a whole, including low back, knees, hips and shoulders. After 2 major motorcycle accidents and a...

Thoughtful Thursday

Bodywork is integral to the #DBmethod used to relieve tension and more importantly, to help break apart the scar tissue and fibrous adhesions that accumulate in the soft tissues of the body following an injury or postural maladaptations. . .

Wednesday Workout

LESS reps, MORE intention. . . Get more out of your sets by: slowing down, holding for at least 3 M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I ’s and focusing on the Quality of your movement, rather than Quantity. . .