Month: June 2016

Why Can’t I Squat?

Ever wonder why other cultures around the world, especially Asian and Indian cultures, have great squats? Yet in the US we have a population of adults that can barely get into one? Lifestyle demands and habits. Think about your daily life. How often do you use a full range of motion in any of your Read More …

Sitting is the New Smoking is a Myth

A standing desk won’t save you. It’s lack of adaptability and variability of movement that will bring you down. Humans aren’t supposed to be in any one position for hours every day. When we are, we adapt. Our cells adapt. They’re just doing what we ask of them. Moreover, they’re not doing what we’re not Read More …

Kinstretch Classes in Philadelphia

Move Well Philly is proud to begin the first Kinstretch classes in the city starting July 2016.¬†KinStretch is a movement enhancement system that develops maximum body control, flexibility, and USABLE ranges of motion. While most people are in control of the mid-ranges of any range of motion of their joints, the short and longer ranges Read More …

It’s the Brain!

It’s always the brain. Well, it’s always neurology. Neurology is defined as “the branch of medicine or biology that deals with the anatomy, functions, and organic disorders of nerves and the nervous system.” Nerves are everywhere. You need them on board in order to get the signals to every other piece of you so your Read More …

Bend But Not Break…Until It Does

Soda can tabs. Did you ever used to wave them back and forth and back and forth until they finally just came off? Up until that final moment they still functioned the way they were supposed to, right? But you knew from experience, or you could feel it, or because someone told you that you Read More …

Start Here

Let’s begin. Become aware. Start paying attention to your body and the way it feels. Start trying to learn what it really wants once you get past whatever your brain is telling you up front. This can start as simply as noticing what you’re feeling throughout your day, even if at first you don’t do Read More …

Your Body Wants to Move

We live in an amazing age. In the span of fewer¬†than 100 years we have been granted the option of leading sedentary lives. 100 years, in the span of the universe, is essentially absolutely NOTHING. Our bodies have evolved over a slightly more respectable 200,000 years (our current best estimate for when Homo Sapiens first Read More …