On the Season 1 finale of the Movement Podcast, Gray and Lee sit with a local Virginian, Charlie Hurt. Charlie is the Opinion Editor and columnist for The Washington Times and a Fox News contributor.
We open with why Charlie sought out the guys for treatment and how being unaware of an everyday behavior was the cause of his pain.
Gray explains how function, not structure-- may be causing your movement problems and shares a story about being a young strength coach working with tennis athletes.
The guys discuss how mentors need to be tough and how the level of grit in someone can predict their ability to stick to something, no matter how difficult.
They explore the need for failure to truly accomplish anything and the “participation trophy” culture.
Gray talks about “physical currency” and how many people seek a fitness solution to a healthcare problem.
We end today's show with some banter on growing up “country” and how the independence of children has changed.
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