An easy 21 day challenge to help you maintain, nurture, and develop healthy joint function.
Utilizing a simple daily practice called Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs), you will learn to maintain the function of each and every joint, so you resist the losses of mobility that typically come with age, and limited activity.
The Battle of the Desk.
Now, more than ever, the war of work versus our bodies wages stronger than it ever has.
More zoom meetings.
More screen time.
If sitting is the new smoking, then we are sitting 17 packs a day .
We are losing health and joint function by the hour as we sit more and more everyday. In response to the rapid advances in technology, and the demand of staring at screens for work, our joints are rotting inside our desk shaped prisons.
This 21-day joint mobility challenge helps you fight back with a simple daily practice called Controlled Articular Rotations to beat back stiffness, aches, and arthritis with power and authority.
Win your joints! Win the WAR!
You don't need a better workout.
You need better weapons.
Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs) are the daily weapon to use everywhere, and at anytime, to fight back against the losses of your joint mobility and the increases in your joint pain.
Practicing CARs ensures you maintain the health of each joint by systematically teaching you how to perform the necessary articulations required for the joint to move and stay healthy.
Intentional movement is the ONLY way to develop and maintain the health of each joint, and CARs are the best weapon to win the war against the incremental losses of joint range of motion occurring daily.
If YOU don't use it, YOU'LL lose it!
Our bodies are masters of economy.
When we fail to move each joint everyday, our brain "prunes" the neurological software our bodies utilize to move a joint. While simultaneously the accompanying hardware loses the ability to move the joint which it is responsible to move.
Daily performing Controlled Articular Rotations ensures your brain and body can move your joints where they need to, when they need to, and how they need to.