From the monthly archives:

December 2009

Chairs – an intro

December 14, 2009

I get asked about chairs all the time: which is best, what works for me, why do I feel terrible at the end of the day, and why most of them are too uncomfortable for words. Have you wondered why your chair seems to get harder toward the end of the day? If you’re sitting […]

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Shoes – part 2

December 4, 2009

“So why,” you ask, “are shoes so important then, Chris?” Because the shape, density, size, last, lacing system and materials of the shoe will ‘suggest’ a way of moving that you will, even if subtly, adapt to over time.  This is very important because if it serves you, then that’s great.  If it doesn’t, then […]

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Shoes – helpful or not?

December 2, 2009

I get a lot of questions from folks about what type of shoes they have, what they should use, what their fitness guru/doctor/shoe salesman/dog told them that they should use.  The truth is that there is a lot of information out there – too much, most of the time. Here’s the thing to remember: most […]

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