Common Paths to a Low Metabolism

Posted by on Oct 30, 2016 in Exercise, Health, Nutrition | No Comments

Common paths to a low metabolism courtesy of Rob Turner owner of Functional Performance Systems!


ELDOA Saved my Neck and Changed my Life

Posted by on Sep 20, 2016 in ELDOA | No Comments

Good afternoon! Please click on the link below and read about the power of ELDOA!

“After two days of working out under the guidance of Dr. Pyne and Velazquez I was able to stop taking painkillers. That was the first sign these exercises were working. Gradually I began feeling normal again as I became more aware of my postural issues.”

ELDOA Saved my Neck and Changed my Life


New Zealand 400M Champ Andrew Whyte on ELDOA

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in ELDOA, Exercise | No Comments

New Zealand 400M Champ Andrew Whyte on ELDOA

Ray Peat, PhD: Quotes Relating to Exercise

Posted by on Jun 25, 2016 in Exercise, Nutrition | No Comments

“Besides fasting, or chronic protein deficiency, the common causes of hypothyroidism are excessive stress or “aerobic” (i.e. anaerobic) exercise, and diets containing beans, lentils, nuts, unsaturated fats (including carotene), and undercooked broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, and mustard greens. Many health conscious people become hypothyroid with a synergistic program of undercooked vegetables, legumes instead of animal proteins, oils instead of butter, carotene instead of vitamin A, and breathless exercise instead of stimulating life.”

”Incidental stresses, such as strenuous exercise combined with fasting (e.g., running or working before eating breakfast) not only directly trigger the production of lactate and ammonia, they also are likely to increase the absorption of bacterial endotoxin from the intestine. Endotoxin is a ubiquitous and chronic stressor. It increases lactate and nitric oxide, poisoning mitochondrial respiration, precipitating the secretion of the adaptive stress hormones, which don’t always fully repair the cellular damage.”

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Ben Crane’s Bizarre Warmup Is Mesmerizing

Posted by on Jun 14, 2016 in ELDOA, General | No Comments

More and more athletes are catching on! Click here to read the article and watch the videos and click here to learn more about ELDOA!

ELDOA 1 and 2 in Seal Beach

Posted by on May 25, 2016 in General | No Comments

ELDOA 1 is an introduction to the practice of ELDOA training. In this 2 day course you will cover the anatomy and basic biomechanics of the spine. Through this you will better understand the functionality of the benefits of ELDOA. You will focus on 4 classic ELDOA positions that are used most commonly in fitness and therapy practice to help improve function & alignment of the spine, correct spinal pathologies (stenosis to herniation), and pain management. Lastly, you will learn how to apply these techniques in your practice through clinical application.
Saturday, June 4th & Sunday, June 5th (Registration at 9:30am)
Optional: ELDOA Fitness Class offered Saturday at 8:00am.

Regular Rate $599

Lectures will cover in-depth anatomy and physiology of the fascia, spine, pelvis, shoulder complex and skull – as well as the process, organization and benefits of the ELDOA Exercises. Practical portions will consist of the precise practice and application for specific ELDOAs of the Spine, Pelvis, Shoulder Girdle, Skull and more. Designed for Therapists, Trainers, and Health Practitioners, Dr. VOYER’s ELDOA 2 Course will approve you to prescribe the ELDOA Exercises for patients and clients upon completion.

Friday, July 22 | 12pm – 6pm (Registration at 11:30am)
Saturday, July 23 | 10am – 6pm
Sunday, July 24 | 10am – 6pm
Optional: ELDOA Fitness Class offered Saturday at 8:00am.

Regular Rate $899

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Sitting Is An Orthopedic Perfect Storm

Posted by on May 4, 2016 in General | No Comments

Pay attention people. Hopefully while you are at work you can get up and walk around/stretch a bit. This is why ELDOA is so important and staying active is vital!