New Site!



It has been a wild ride on this blog address, as I’ve been blogging on this site for almost 2 years now! Seems like such a short time, but so many ups and downs have been experienced along the way.

Some awesome facts about this site:

  1. My site traffic has increased 300% from when I first began blogging in January 2012.
  2. I’ve had viewers from over 100 different countries stop by to check out the site.
  3. This was my most viewed post: How Can I Become More Flexible for Dancing?
  4. I started this site first as a training log, and it obviously has evolved into something so much bigger.

Thank you all for the continued support. I hope to produce more great content at and please bookmark the site for updates and more!

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Keep it funky.


How Can I Become More Flexible for Dancing?

As a pre-cursor to the following wall of text, I’ll be forthright and caution against the continuation of traditional static stretching methods for those of you who are flexible naturally.

While my justification for the stopping or reduction of static stretching can be viewed in the following links, I believe the methods and research below comprise the most up to date and sound methods that I’m aware of at the time for achieving increased flexibility, mobility in stiff joints, and achieving the straddle split while sparing the ligaments of the hip. Continue reading

Personal Updates and Changes for the Future!

Summer season almost drawing to an end, and people turning their minds towards the fall season ahead of them, I’d like to make a random, albeit necessary suggestion: keep your Vitamin D levels in check! Just because you aren’t outside, drinking some brews, getting a tan doesn’t mean you can’t get your requisite Vitamin D through supplementation. Read more HERE to get info on Vitamin D from

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Applying the “Joint by Joint Approach” to the Knee in Dancers: Part 1

The knee is a fickle joint. On one end it is the cause for many major injuries, ranging from anterior knee pain, to ACL reconstruction. And on the other end, there has been a push for “ACL Injury Prevention” programs, largely aimed at the female demographic, but the way the Eagles have started their 2013 pre-season year, it seems someone needs to take notice of this as well.

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