Today, Jared and Alex go behind the podium (again) with Dr. Benjamin Ramos, a California native surfer, skateboarding, breakdancer, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competitor, and military veteran who served in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Pacific Fleet Operations. He is a doctor of chiropractic medicine and has his master’s of science in exercise.
Dr. Ramos s a doctor of chiropractic medicine and has his master’s of science in exercise and sport science and owner of FlowForce Rehab in San Diego, CA.
We last talked to Dr. Ramos on Episode 14 and are very happy to have him back.
- How all movements/exercises should be safe, productive and sustainable
- All movement and positions are context specific to the person standing in front of you
- How there is no specific range that all people will fall into
- Why movement screens are not as helpful as some may think
- How protective mechanisms persist even after tissues have healed
- and more!
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