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On episode 24 of TMF Podcast, I am joined by Perry Nickelston, DC, from Stop Chasing Pain. Perry was one of my very first podcasts guests, in fact, he was on back in Nov 2014. I can't believe it has been that long. You can find our first discussion together HERE.

Perry is one of the most genuine people I have ever spoken with. This episode was much more candid and heartfelt than I had expected.

He also just pre-released his book, Stop Chasing Pain, on Amazon and it is a #1 preselling book. You can find that pre-order HERE.

This episode of The Movement Fix Podcast is sponsored by PureWOD. PureWOD is the only supplement company I trust. They have two amazing products and neither contain any un-needed ingredients. Their protein powder literally has 3 ingredients and won't make you gassy. Use coupon code 'TMF10' to save 10% sitewide. 

In this episode of the podcast, Perry and I discuss:

  • Why blogging isn't for everyone
  • Why Perry views life the way he does and what he overcame
  • How technical do we need to be when dealing with patients?
  • The importance of accuracy vs connection
  • Why boring doesn't sell
  • RAIL system of movement
  • Why you should tell patients/clients the things they are doing well before you tell them what to change
  • The premise of his new book
  • The importance of rotation movements
  • and MUCH more

Show Notes

Stop Chasing Pain Pro Site: http://www.stopchasingpain.com/membership-account/membership-levels/

Stop Chasing Pain Book: http://amzn.to/1Sb1FyB

Chairs Kill Your Ass, your Psoas, and your Soul article: http://www.stopchasingpain.com/chairs-kill-your-ass-your-psoas-and-your-soul/

Get out of your own way article: http://www.stopchasingpain.com/get-out-of-your-own-way/

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