Improve Your Posture, Pain And Performance With Brian Bradley

9th Nov, 2020

Erica Lippy

health & wellness, Life Hacks, Podcasts

Our body is our home, so we want to feel good in it, which means we need to take care of it.  I imagine many of you have experienced some sort of back pain, tight hips, or just feeling something is out of alignment. Well likely there is.

Today’s episode we talk about the importance of our posture and how we can realign our bodies so we are feeling and looking our best.

More than ever people are seen with poor posture. With so many of us looking down at our phones, sitting all day, and lacking a full range of movement, our posture is all out of whack.

My guest today is an expert in realigning our posture, eliminating pain, and increasing our mobility so that we can live a healthy, and pain-free life.

Brian Bradley, is the Vice President Egosque, brand development and special programs. He is a man on a mission to help millions of people learn how to live healthier, pain-free lives and achieve complete fitness. A frequent speaker at industry events, he presents, consults, and conducts training with corporations, organizations, and nonprofits on the topics of chronic pain, healthy living, and high-level performance.

His clients include the Tony Robbins Companies, Bulletproof Radio, YPO, the Seattle Study Club, and the NFL.

Brian has been studying “true” biomechanics and human anatomy using The Egoscue Method for more than 25 years. As the Posture-Pain-Performance coach and motivational speaker, he has spoken in more than 15 countries, promoting a myriad of healthy principles for achieving success in all areas of personal and professional life.

Brian believes that real and lasting change can happen when we commit to health as a lifestyle. Today’s episode is engaging, informative and will inspire you to take action towards improving all aspects of you health and body

Now let’s talk about this subject:

“Improve Your Posture, Pain And Performance”

Do you feel tight, twisted, or any sort of pain? It very well could be the cause of a poor alignment that you take from sitting, to standing, or to any sort of movement you do. Before it gets worse, you want to correct what is out of alignment. Today we address our posture and how we can resolve the pain, our performance and begin to look and feel our best. Brian Bradley is the expert at correcting our posture to live a pain-free life

“Real and lasting change can happen when we commit to health as a lifestyle

We Talk About:

  • Why it’s important to have a hip driven movement
  • Our foot strike and how that affects our alignment
  • Awareness of how you get off the toilet after doing your duty
  • How to recognize when you are out of alignment
  • Our movement is 10% of what it used to be before Covid
  • Exercises that correct posture
  • What our bed has to do with our posture or not
  • Cause of bunions
  • How our lymphatic system affects our weight
  • How to do a proper cat cow stretch

More insight…

What would be a piece of advice you would share to others ?

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Brian Bradley - Anywhere Training Exercises

My Before/ After Photos: Doing my custom Egoscue method exercises for only 1 1/2 months

Posture Correction with Egoscue2
Posture Correction with Egoscue2

Notes from Egoscue: Front view your nose is on the line and your knees are now facing forward. Back view your rotation is much better, the right arm isn’t way behind your body. In the side views, the left side shows your pelvis much “flatter” (more neutral) now, and your shoulder/ear positioning is a lot more symmetrical.

My personal feedback: These exercises have significantly improved my posture. I’ve been having a lot of mid back pain for sometime now. Being that I have a very arched back; which is caused by my pelvic forward tilt, all these years standing for my job has contributed to my posture worsening and increasing back pain. Also my shoulders have started to roll forward and I have had a lower shoulder drop for many many years. With these custom exercises I have been able to realign my shoulders back into a more proper position, improve the balance of my shoulders, and reactivate my hips to engage my pelvic so that I stand more aligned. I am continuing to do the exercises every day as I know it’s making a significant improvement.


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  1. Heather says:

    I love this episode! Modern day life has changed so much about how we use our bodies. I have been experiencing pain for years and my doctor has kind of shrugged his shoulders and offered pain meds. I have had a deep belief that this is not “just how I am” and this reignited my belief that my body knows how to function and how to heal. Pain is a message, not a life sentence. It is my job to find out what that message means. Thank you for this!

  2. erotik izle says:

    Very interesting points you have noted, regards for putting up. Constancy Tore Brenden


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