1. Why I use the FMS and the SFMA

    Gray Cook must be one of the smartest people in the world of movement, rehab, and coaching. It takes a special person to synthesize strength and conditioning, rehabilitation, and human development into one cohesive whole. The systems he developed, in particular the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), provide a systematic way of evaluating and …Read More

  2. Want better balance? Pretend you’re 6 months old

    Movement is medicine. This isn't a new idea, but it's one I'm focusing on more these days. Once you've got a basic improvement in passive mobility, you need to start improving your movement patterns. That means 20 minutes of foam rolling will feel good, but yield little long-term improvement.   Want an easy first step? Stand up, then stand on one foot with your arms relaxed. Now close your eyes. …Read More

  3. Using accountability to overcome impossible odds with Tony Tucci -014

    In today's episode, I interview Tony Tucci. Tony's a residential realtor with Realty Executives Cooper Spransy, a father of 6(!) kids, and so much more. We discussed: How Tony got himself into thousands of dollars of debt The practices and mindset shifts he made to get himself and his family out How the experience has helped him serve his clients better And so much more! Check him out here. Right-…Read More

  4. I’ve got this: how one single dad turned his health around without medication w/ Bill Quigley -013

    Scott Robison, LMT, interviews AmeriFirst Home Mortgage Broker Bill Quigley. After suffering a personal tragedy, Bill's health was in the tank. His doctor wanted to put him on several medications to deal with it, but instead, he chose to try diet and exercise first... and succeeded.  Listen in to find out: What Bill's specific strategies were How he changed his habits to succeed How the changes i…Read More

  5. The 5 Reasons You’re Avoiding Exercise, And What To Do About It, with Corey Digman -012

    We all know exercise is important, but what, specifically, are you supposed to do? How do you tell a good trainer, program, or gym, from a bad one? In this episode, Ray and I have a conversation with Corey Digman, owner of Digman Fitness in Madison, in which we answer exactly this question. We discuss: What's essential in a good  training program What you should start with, if you've never exerci…Read More

  6. Mindfulness, abundance, and time mastery with Susan Thomson -011

    In this episode, Scott Robison, LMT, interviews business coach Susan Thomson, Partner at ActionCOACH Madison. They discuss: Susan's personal daily mindfulness and gratitude practices, the results she's seen in her business coaching clients, the nitty-gritty of time blocking, and scheduling your work, how to say "no" more easily, and more! Resources ActionCOACH Madison, ActionCOACH Madison on Faceb…Read More

  7. Change Your Habits, Change Your Life with Emma Rose -010

    What frustrates you about yourself? Do you have trouble with time management? Do you eat junk food when you're stressed? Maybe you're very compliant when you're on a "cleanse," whatever that means, but you return to eating habits you don't like when it's over. I've got some good news for you and some bad news. The bad news is, it takes work to change those habits. You can't keep doing what you've …Read More

  8. Better breathing, better performance with Kane Sivesind -009

    Even though I'm a Licensed Massage Therapist, I've gathered a lot of inspiration, and techniques, from physical therapists and strength coaches. I think that's mostly because those groups are more focused on improving how your body functions, rather than your posture or state of mind. This group includes Gray Cook and the Functional Movement Systems crew (everyone here at Integration Bodywork use…Read More

  9. Truly Holistic Healthcare w/ Dr. Allison Becker -008

    Many people are sick and tired of the sick care they receive from the traditional medical establishment. As a former Oregonian, I got to experience the benefits of a naturopathic approach to family medicine, so I know there's a better model available. In this episode, I interview Dr. Allison Becker, a "physician-trained, naturopathic doctor," practicing in Evansville, WI. In this episode, we discu…Read More

  10. Landscape your way to better health w/ Sean Pratt -007

     In this episode, I interview Sean Pratt. Sean is a landscape designer at Ganshert Nurseries and Landscapes, a full-service Design/Build landscape firm. In this episode, we discuss: The health benefits of being outside How a well designed outdoor space can make it easier and more enjoyable to be outside when you're home How to design a space that ages with you How to deal with flooding and grad…Read More