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Boston Red Sox Head Trainer learns about Structural Integration.

A few months ago, Mike Reinold, Head Athletic Trainer for the Boston Red Sox invited Tom Myers, author of Anatomy Trains and teacher of Structural Integration to speak to his training staff. It is clear to me from reading Mike's blog post that he learned from Tom how Sturctural Integration can be an asset to any Professional Sports team. Click on this link to read all of what Mike had to share.


For years I have taught my clients that, Function Creates Structure. How we use our bodies determines how they move or get stuck. I like how Tom says this, "Movement becomes habit, which becomes posture, which becomes structure."

This picture of Tom releasing Pec Minor is very well done.

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