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    I am shy, and, age is not my thing/focus. Not sure why, just isn't.

    So many things that people think are age dependent, when you look into it, need not be.

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    It's merely a way to know someone better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merle Nelson View Post
    Not sure. Born in 58.
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    My brother was born in '56, December 30th.

    Sort of cheats a bit, but he's way older than me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpshot View Post
    Pete Egoscue's whole concept is "health through motion" -- he preaches that the body is an integrated motion machine. Most physical conditions and postural dysfunctions are caused by lack of motion combined with negative compensating motion. I'm cribbing some of the better concepts and techniques (which in turn come from Yoga, but without the strong Eastern influence), and it helps me stay supple, fluid and functional despite a prior catastrophic injury. Sure helps me do this tree stuff! Well worth the 30 min a day!

    What books or info of Pete's have you read? I read Pain Free, and bits of Pain Free at Your PC. Did 8 training sessions with one of his affiliates. Only reason I got away from using his exercises was for time savings and to do easier movements that accomplish most of what I want to on a day by day basis.

    I want to step my game up a notch or few and may do more of his program for a time - it gets results.

    Also considering looking into the MoveYou guys info off Instagram.


    PS - I used to tease my wife by arguing that Pete was the real inventor of some movement that was obviously from Yoga 3000 years ago but he calls an "E cise". LOL, we all gotta feel special somehow.

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    I couldnt find that IG site MoveYou, got any more info on it? Thanks
    Mastery is an illusion, grace a momentary gift, apprenticeship endless.

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    That's it, thanks Steve. Their banter etc annoys the heck out of me but I might use the program anyway.

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    Thx Steve.

    Unless that guy can teach me to actually levitate, then no.
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    Yeah, I don't think I'd bother.

    Merle has posted about Somantics a few times, I downloaded the videos a year back but haven't had time to get past lesson 1. http://essentialsomatics.com/

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU7...KQUwYwhm5pATIg