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It’s no secret that we spend way too much time sitting. Whether it be working in a cubicle or staring aimlessly at the Boob-tube movement has become less and less commonplace in our western society.

Small children can squat, run, jump, and move through a full range of motion (pain free I may add) that is extremely rare in adults. Fitness and exercise are more than being strong, lean, and muscular, it’s about maintaining movement and moving pain free.

This article by Brady Cooper addresses these issues and provides some exercises to take back movement and battle back against Neanderthal posture.

http://articles.elitefts.com/training-articles/evolution-or-epidemic/

About Eric Bach Performance

Eric Bach is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Precision Nutrition Level 1 (PN1) with a degree in Kinesiology Concentrated in Human Performance and Emphasizing Sports Performance from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. A former collegiate Strength Coach Eric now resides in Denver, Colorado. Eric coaches clients at Forza Fitness and Performance Center and trains everyone from weekend warriors and post rehabilitation patients to professional athletes. Eric developed his passion for fitness through a competitive sports career which included competitive Olympic lifting, Football, Track and Field, and Powerlifting. Eric is a self proclaimed fitness nerd who enjoys reading, eating, deadlifting, and living a healthy and fullfilling life while helping others dominant their lives in and out of the gym. Eric can be contacted at ericbachperformance.com for all consultations and questions

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