It’s not that complicated. Two things you need to succeed.

Taking our own advice would eliminate most of our problems. I may be biased, but I think that at Pure Physio we typically pass out pretty sound advice. The following elements are part of about 99% of the advice I see from competent coaches and clinicians: Be consistent. Success is the cumulative result of actions and choices over the long term. … Read More

One thing you should never be.

I hope you had a great weekend! Recently I’ve made it a goal of mine to become a better cyclist. Mountain biking, road biking, cyclocross, all of it. This past Saturday, I decided to take my first step in this journey and go on a group ride with a few friends of mine. These friends were at one point or … Read More

What would you do more of?

I have an interesting question to think about. What would you do more of if you didn’t have to worry about being perfect at it? A recent goal of mine has been to become more of a “Yes Man.” I’ve been too burdened by this notion of worry and fear of failure and instead have shifted my mindset. I feel like … Read More

How did you celebrate Labor Day?

Yesterday, if you didn’t know, was Labor Day. A day held in honor of working people. A day to remember those who have paved the way for the current structure of our society as we know it. In today’s world, and with today’s technology, choices are everywhere and we have the freedom to literally do, or be, whatever we want. … Read More

Why you should seek out conflict.

When you think of conflict, what comes to mind? Is it workplace drama between co-workers? A bar fight? Or simply a battle within yourself to avoid eating junk food? The idea of conflict has several meanings and interpretations but for me, it’s synonymous with a challenge or obstacle. Have you ever watched an episode of “America’s Got Talent” or “American … Read More

What squatting and Advil have in common.

Let’s say, for hypothetical purposes, that you’re taking Advil for some joint-related pain you’ve been experiencing.However, instead of taking the recommended dosage, you decide to experiment with taking 20 tablets daily. Sure enough, this doesn’t work out very well and you begin to experience the side effects of nausea, liver dysfunction and kidney failure.Common sense would lead you to the … Read More