The 4th Dimension of Fitness

by Gary Gray |  Date Released : 19 Jan 2005

  • Introduction
  • The science of 3-D-ology and bringing them together into a dimension beyond
  • Three dimensions of the human body
  • Merging the three to create the 4th and a greater whole – entering the true "spirit" of what we do
  • Enhance one plane of motion and automatically enhance the other two
  • Start with what works and build a bridge of effectiveness and congruence into other realms
  • Finding the blocks of energetic flow – if we’re doing the right things on the outside what stops us from getting the results we truly desire?
  • 30 seconds of stress stays in the body for up to six hours
  • Coming in the back door – working with the subconscious mind to facilitate positive change
  • Direct vs. indirect cuing – bringing them where they need to go in empowering ways
  • The Symptom vs. the Cause – seeking the source of the problem
  • Building on success
  • Cultivating daily encouragement in self and others
  • Three-dimensional encouragement – verbal, physical and written
  • "Setting the Spirit" at the start of the day

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Gary Gray

About the author: Gary Gray

Gary is the originator and developer of many nationally acclaimed educational programs, including the “Chain Reaction” series of seminars. He is the recipient of the prestigious 2002 John Maley award which recognizes an individual for innovation in physical therapy. Referred to as the leading pioneer and authority in rehab and training, Gary is a respected physical therapist, trainer, educator, author, coach and successful inventor. He has transformed his functional and biomechanical understanding of the body into the most effective performance-enhancement, injury prevention and rehabilitative applications. Gary’s passion for education and sharing, along with his innovation and desire, allows him to translate the complexities of human function into simple and effective techniques. Gary’s goal to enhance the lives of professionals and the lives of those they treat and train.

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