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Paul Sorace- Clinical Exercise Physiologist




Paul Sorace (in his own words): I am a clinical exercise physiologist and personal trainer. I graduated with a BS in Biology from St. Peter’s College and a MS in exercise physiology from Long Island University. I have obtained certifications with the American College of Sports Medicine and the National Strength and Conditioning Association. I have been active with these two organizations, presenting nationally, writing and editing, and serving on a number of their committees, and I have obtained fellowship with ACSM.

Show Notes: Paul Sorace, contact info:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.sorace

Links mentioned in the Podcast:
American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
https://www.acsm.org

National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
https://www.nsca.com

NSCA Strength and Conditioning Journal
https://www.nsca.com/education/journals/strength-and-conditioning-journal/

ACSM Health and Fitness Journal
https://www.acsm.org/read-research/journals-bulletins/health-fitness-journal

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Email: mov2liv@gmail.com

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org


Movement is a Lifestyle Features 11:20 Paul Sorace




Moving2Live is a podcast about movement and exercise for professionals and aficionados.  We also have Movement is a Lifestyle Features. Each week, we publish a brief highlight of a 2- or 4-legged mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.  Click MIAL Features for more info if you want to be featured/know someone who should be featured.

This Week: Paul Sorace

Where do you consider “Home”? New Jersey

What are your three favorite movement activities? Run, Resistance Train, Run

Describe the best vacation you’ve ever taken? Where did you go? What movement activities did you include? Las Vegas, I was the 1:30 pacer for the RnR Half Marathon. I finished in 1:29:58. Bummer.

What is your favorite pre- or post-workout snack? What else… peanut butter.

What is your favorite thing to eat? Note: it does not need to be healthy. Shake Shack Burger, life changing! But Ben’s pizza may give it a run…

Do you have a movement activity on your “bucket list”? If not, what’s a movement activity/event you’re looking forward to in the next year? I’ve accomplished my fitness goals. Running sub-3 in the marathon. Bench pressing 300 pounds (a long time ago). All relative I get it. At this point in my life, it’s about fitness maintenance.

What do you think is the biggest obstacle to getting people to move more? “I’m too busy”. We all are, I get it. Take a walk during lunch. Walk the hallway if the weather is not ideal. I did it. My co-workers looked at me oddly at first, eventually doing the same.

What do you feel is the most adventurous movement activity you’ve ever done? Running alone in Death Valley. There wasn’t a sign of life for 100 miles. I was crazy when I was younger.

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice? Sleep!

What is your favorite spot within an hour of where you are currently living? (Bonus points if it is a “hidden gem”) Balthazar. Google it. The best restaurant in NYC. I can get you and Ben a reservation (Covid willing) in 10 minutes. And I have the WiFi that “doesn’t exist”.

Contact information for Paul Sorace:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/paul.sorace


Movement is a Lifestyle Features 10:20 We Want Your Story




Moving2Live is a podcast about movement and exercise for professionals and aficionados.  We also have Movement is a Lifestyle Features. Each week, we publish a brief highlight of a 2- or 4-legged mover…someone who understands that movement is a lifestyle…not just an activity.  The questions are lightly edited to allow for easy readability.  Click MIAL Features for more info if you want to be featured/know someone who should be featured.

This Week: We Want Your Story – Scroll down for Chica’s story for Inspiration…and send her a happy 13th birthday message…and we’re not just looking for dog stories…bring us your human diaries, cat tales, horse lore…you are only limited by your imagination…read Chica’s profile…then submit a questionnaire for your yourself or your animal friend…

This Week: Chica

Where do you consider “Home”? Colorado Springs, CO

What are your three favorite movement activities? Trail running, frisbee (although I have been retired from this activity with concern for the jumping/twisting at my age), and playing in the snow

Describe the best vacation you’ve ever taken? Where did you go? What movement activities did you include? Last week I went with my humans to the Never Summer Mountain range. What is nice about that location is that their hut system allows canines (many hut systems do not). We were able to explore the Nokhu Crags and there was so much snow in June! Our cabin was right next to the creek so I had cold water accessible and could wade if I wanted to. We spent all day running and hiking, then when my humans would glissade the decent I could chase them.

What is your favorite pre- or post-workout snack? When I complete long runs (15+) or run on a hot day, my Mom will take me to get a pup cup from an ice cream stand in Manitou Springs, CO. Manitou is the starting point for a lot of our runs, and the owner is a local runner too. He has a pup cup that is one scoop of vanilla ice cream.

What is your favorite thing to eat? Note: it does not need to be healthy. Popcorn. I eat no human food except for the occasional pup cup and popcorn. When I hear the microwave starting, I run into the kitchen.

Do you have a movement activity on your “bucket list”? If not, what’s a movement activity/event you’re looking forward to in the next year? Every year on my birthday I do a new movement activity. Last year, for my 12th birthday, I summited 12 different peaks in Colorado. This year, when I turn 13, we are going to find a 13er to do.

What do you think is the biggest obstacle to getting people to move more? I think it can be overwhelming for people to start a new activity to create a lifestyle change. When my human, Melissa, started running it was when she adopted me. So she had a structure in place to keep her running since I always wanted to get out. If people don’t have a structure to support their movement, it is difficult to keep going. Additionally, being patient is a big obstacle. A lot of times, dogs, included, we just want to do everything right away. But new movement takes time, training, and patience.

What do you feel is the most adventurous movement activity you’ve ever done? The year I turned 10 was my biggest summer. I summited Pikes Peak (local 14er) 7 times and I had two runs that were over 30 miles. I call that my Banner Summer.

What is your favorite recovery or self-care practice? I love my humidifier. My humans don’t know why. But they set one up in the bedroom and I love to nap right below the mist, especially after a long run. Rest is especially important and I always take a day off after a hard activity.

What is your favorite spot within an hour of where you are currently living? (Bonus points if it is a “hidden gem”) My favorite summit is a peak in Colorado Springs called Cameron Cone. About halfway up (less than one hour run) there are two rock formations called Gog and Magog. There is always a great view up there (see attached picture with the rainbows)

Contact information for Chica:
Chica does not maintain her own social media accounts, but you can follow her through her Mom, Melissa Stapanowich at:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mstapanowich/


Dr. Brian Gearity PhD- University of Denver Sport Coaching Program




Brian Gearity, PhD, ATC, CSCS*D, USAW, USATF level 3 sprints, is the founding Director and Associate Professor of the Master of Arts in Sports Coaching program and several online graduate certificate programs at the University of Denver.  Dr. Gearity has been a strength and conditioning, speed coach or mental skills consultant for youth, high school, collegiate, and professional athletes, including stops at the University of Tennessee and the MLB Cleveland Baseball Team.

Published by Routledge in 2020, he co-edited the book, “Coach education and Development in Sport: Instructional Strategies” and co-authored, “Understanding strength and conditioning as sport coaching: Bridging the biophysical, pedagogical and sociocultural foundations of practice.” Dr. Gearity is Editor–in-Chief for NSCA Coach and is Associate Editor-in-Chief for the NSCA Strength & Conditioning Journal.

Dr. Gearity was a previous guest on the Moving2Live Podcast (episodes released 9/6/17 and 9/20/17). Link to Part 1: http://www.moving2live.com/2017/09/06/podcast-02-17-brian-gearity-part-1/

Show Notes:
 Brian Gearity, PhD, ATC, CSCS*D, contact info:
E-mail: brian.gearity@du.edu

Website: https://psychology.du.edu/academics/ma-sport-coaching-online

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-gearity/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrGearity

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brian.gearity

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drgearity/

Links mentioned in the Podcast:
National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)- World-leading membership organization for thousands of elite strength coaches, personal trainers and dedicated researchers and educators. Student and Professional memberships available.
www.nsca.com

NSCA Sports and Conditioning Journal
https://www.nsca.com/education/journals/strength-and-conditioning-journal/

National Institutes of Health (NIH), Director Francis S. Collins, MD, PhD
https://www.nih.gov

Peloton
https://www.onepeloton.com/shop/bike

John Carroll University, University Heights, OH (Suburb of Cleveland)
http://sites.jcu.edu/

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
www.utk.edu

“Athlete A” Documentary on USA Gymnastics and doctor Larry Nassar’s abuse
https://www.netflix.com/title/81034185

“Hip-Hop and Sport – An Introduction: Reflections on Culture, Language, and Identity” In Sociology of Sport Journal. By C. Keith Harrison and Jay J. Coakley
https://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/ssj/aop/article-10.1123-ssj.2020-0087/article-10.1123-ssj.2020-0087.xml

Anton Chekhov’s Selected Stories
https://www.amazon.com/Chekhovs-Selected-Stories-Critical-Editions/dp/0393925307/ref=sr_1_6?crid=1T8EX4JMY9UO2&dchild=1&keywords=anton+chekhov&qid=1597513534&sprefix=anton+chem%2Caps%2C152&sr=8-6

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org


Paul Swift- Master Bike Fitting Technician & Educator




Paul Swift is an 8-Time US National Track Cycling Champion. After retiring from competitive cycling, Paul founded Bikefit and Bikefit Education to share his passion for cycling. Paul is a Master Bike Fitting Technician, a certified USCF sport coach, and a former member of the USA Cycling Board of Directors. Paul specializes in training bike fitters to correctly deliver comfortable and consistent fits to any type of rider.

Show Notes:
 Paul Swift, contact info:
E-mail: Paul@thecyclepoint.com

Websites:
https://www.thecyclepoint.com

https://www.bikefit.com

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/BikeFitEdu/

https://www.facebook.com/bikefitsystems

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/BikeFitEdu

https://twitter.com/bikefit

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bikefitedu/

https://www.instagram.com/therealbikefit/

Links mentioned in the Podcast:
Elaine Tierney, Mossy Lane Products (and Co-Founder, Dirt Rag Magazine)
https://www.mossylaneproducts.com

Check out the episode of our sister podcast, FitLabPGH, featuring Elaine Tierney, released 9/29/19; link:
https://www.fitlabpgh.com/2019/09/29/2722/

Auburn University, Auburn, AL
http://www.auburn.edu

Saddle Changer
https://www.bikefit.com/p-119.aspx?searchEngineName=saddle-changer

Zwift – Online cycling (and running) training
https://zwift.com

Peloton – Bikes, treadmills, and online training
https://www.onepeloton.com

Spinning – Indoor bikes and online training
https://spinning.com

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org


Mike Schultz- Highland Training- rerelease



This podcast episode was originally released on October 30, 2019.  We wanted to re-introduce you to Mike this week, and next week we feature Mike talking about Coaching, Training and Dealing with COVID-19.

Mike Schultz is the head coach and founder of Highland Training. He brings more than 20 years of racing, coaching and training experience from endurance and ultra-endurance events. Mike works with a range of talent from national and international elites, to age group athletes and is certified as a Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) and certified personal trainer with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). He is also certified with USA Cycling as a Certified Coach. Mike is also a writer for various publications while he continues to compete to further study the science behind sports specific training.

Show Notes: Mike Schultz, Highland Training, Contact Information:
E-mail: schultz@highlandtraining.net

Website: http://www.highlandtraining.net

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/highlandtraining/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Highland_Mike

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mike-schultz-26694a10/

Links mentioned in the Podcast:

Elaine Tierney, Owner, Mossy Lane Products- Co-Founder, Dirt Rag Magazine
http://www.mossylaneproducts.com

Check out the episode of our sister podcast FitLabPGH featuring Elaine Tierney, released 9/29/19; link: https://www.fitlabpgh.com/2019/09/29/2722/

National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA)
https://www.nsca.com

American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
https://www.acsm.org

National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
https://www.nasm.org

American Council on Exercise (ACE)
https://www.acefitness.org

Training Peaks
https://www.trainingpeaks.com

Jay Dawes, PhD, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D, FNSCA, ASCA-Level 2, ACSM-HFS, ISAK-L1
https://www.facebook.com/jay.dawes.7

Check out the Moving2Live episodes featuring Dr. Jay Dawes, released 10/25/17 and 11/8/17; link to Part 1: http://www.moving2live.com/2017/10/25/podcast-09-17-jay-dawes/

Rick Howard, M.Ed., CSCS*D, USAW
https://youthsportfitnesscoach.com

Check out the Moving2Live episodes featuring Rick Howard, released 8/30/17 and 9/13/17; link to Part 1:
http://www.moving2live.com/2017/08/30/podcast-01-17-rick-howard-part-1/

Lynda Wallenfels, LW Coaching
https://lwcoaching.com

Menachem Brodie, Human Vortex Training
https://www.humanvortextraining.com

Check out the episode of our sister podcast FitLabPGH featuring Menachem Brodie, released 10/8/17; link: https://www.fitlabpgh.com/2017/10/08/podcast-42-17-menachem-brodie-human-vortex-training/

Strava
https://www.strava.com

Samantha Wood, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS
https://www.dynamicptcos.com/our-practice

Check out the Moving2Live episodes featuring Dr. Samantha Wood, released 9/27/17. 10/11/17, and 7/17/19; link to Part 1: http://www.moving2live.com/2017/09/27/podcast-05-17-sam-wood-part-1/

Leadville Race Series (Trail Run and Mountain Bike), Colorado
https://www.leadvilleraceseries.com

Breck Epic Stage Race (Mountain Bike), Colorado
https://breckepic.com

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org


Home Gym Ideas or Hacks- video podcast- part 1




The Moving2Live and FitLabPGH Podcasts are doing something a little different this week. We’re bringing you video podcasts to help make movement part of your at-home lifestyle. Whether you’re exercising from home for the first time, or looking for a few hacks to make your home fitness space more functional, we hope today’s tips will help you create a home that encourages you to move more.

Link to Video podcast part 1: Home Gym Ideas or Hacks part 1- video podcast

Link to Video podcast part 2 (on FitLabPGH podcast): Home Gym Ideas or Hacks part 2- video podcast

Home Hack 1: Hang a suspension trainer in your living room…ok, mostly joking about that one (although we DO have a set of gymnastic rings in our living room)…but if you have a dedicated workout space or a garage gym, a suspension trainer is a great addition to your home resistance training routine. Look for products from https://www.trxtraining.com or https://monkii.co or https://www.roguefitness.com or others. Added bonus: many suspension trainers, including those from TRX and Monkii, have door-mount options that make them travel friendly for hotel room workouts (for when we are free to travel again). If your space, or the person with whom you share your space, prohibits a suspension trainer…

Home Hack 2: Collect a variety of small, weighted tools and toys that allow you to craft at-home resistance training sessions. Look for: medicine balls, a steel mace (or 2), or RMT clubs from https://www.weckmethod.com – Looking for instruction on the use of your new tools? Consider booking an online session with a certified personal trainer or certified strength and conditioning specialist…or look for online videos…a few places to look: for steel mace ideas, look to @onnit and @Mr. MaceMan on Instagram. For RMT club ideas, look to @WeckMethod on Instagram. Added bonus for small tools and toys: you can stash them out of sight and break them out whenever you have time to squeeze in a movement session. Today’s message: you don’t need to make a large money or space commitment to move more at home, but if you DO want to make a bigger investment…

Home Hack 3: Dedicate a space to be your home fitness place. ONE of our dedicated spaces includes: a Rogue Pro Oblique Flexor (also great for back extension work); a Rogue Box Squat Box; and a set of adjustable dumbbells with a rack. Added bonus of a dedicated space: you might be inspired to move more every time you see it! One more tool to consider, whether or not you have a dedicated space: Indian Clubs. We suggest you start with a pair of light (1-2lb) clubs, available on Amazon…ready to move on to heavier clubs? Check out https://www.onnit.com

Do you have tips for creating a home fitness space or home movement routine? Please share with us in the comments. Check FitLabPGH (link below), our sister podcast Sunday (3/29) for more home fitness hacks!

Moving2Live is committed to providing concise but interesting podcasts for the movement and exercise professional and amateur aficionado. We are a podcast about movement. We are for people who understand that movement is part of what makes your life complete. Check out www.moving2live.com

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org

 

 


John Monteleone, CSCS, CSPS, EP-C, TPI-Certified- Wyomissing Fitness and Training




John Monteleone (in his own words): My personal training and exercise prescription are designed specifically to accomplish my clients’ health and fitness goals. I specialize in functional training, core strengthening, injury prevention, and weight loss management. My exercise prescriptions are created within the ACSM and NSCA guidelines for clients looking to improve overall quality of health and or sport performance. Establishing and reinforcing positive lifestyle changes is at the cornerstone of my training philosophy. Over 10 years of experience in the health/fitness industry.

Show Notes:
John Monteleone, CSCS, CSPS, EP-C, TPI-Certified, contact info:
E-mail: John@wyofitclubs.com

Website: https://www.wyofitness.com

Facebook (WyoFitness): https://www.facebook.com/WyoFitness/

Facebook (John): https://www.facebook.com/john.monteleone.940

Instagram (WyoFitness): https://www.instagram.com/wyomissingfitness/

Instagram (John): https://www.instagram.com/cardialeone/

Links mentioned in the Podcast:
Penn State University, University Park, PA
https://www.psu.edu

The North Club, State College, PA
https://www.thenorthclub.com

Fitness After 50, by John Monteleone
https://www.amazon.com/Fitness-After-50-John-Monteleone/dp/1693398168/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=fitness+after+50+monteleone&qid=1581427563&sr=8-1

National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM)
https://www.nasm.org

National Strength & Conditioning Association (NSCA)
https://www.nsca.com

American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM)
https://www.acsm.org

American Council on Exercise (ACE)
https://www.acefitness.org

Start with Why by Simon Sinek
https://simonsinek.com/product/start-with-why/

Toastmasters International
https://www.toastmasters.org

Square 1 System
http://www.square1system.com

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Email: mov2liv@gmail.com

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org

 

 

 


Jay Dawes, PhD- teaching service & research at the Oklahoma State University




Jay Dawes, PhD, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D, FNSCA, ASCA-Level 2, ACSM-HFS, ISAK-L1, is an Assistant Professor of Applied Exercise Science at Oklahoma State University. His emphasis is on human performance optimization for the tactical athlete. He has worked as a strength/performance coach, personal trainer, educator, and post-rehabilitation specialist for over 20 years.

In addition to his teaching and research, Jay also coaches and consults with several law enforcement, fire, and military groups. His primary research interests are improving and measuring performance for tactical athletes/first responders, and athletes. He is certified by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Distinction, an NSCA-Certified Personal Trainer with Distinction, and a Tactical Strength and Conditioning-Facilitator; the American College of Sports Medicine as a Clinical Exercise Specialist (CES); and is recognized by the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association as a Level 2 Strength and Conditioning Coach. Additionally, Dawes has been a Fellow of the NSCA since 2009.

Show Notes:
Jay Dawes, PhD, CSCS,*D, NSCA-CPT,*D, FNSCA, ASCA-Level 2, ACSM-HFS, ISAK-L1
contact info:
E-mail: jay.dawes@okstate.edu

Twitter: https://twitter.com/drjaydawes

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jay.dawes.7

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dawesjay

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jay-dawes-18429746/

Moving2Live previously interviewed Jay Dawes in October 2017 (Part 1 released 10/25/17; Part 2 released 11/8/17).  Here’s the link to Part 1: http://www.moving2live.com/2017/10/25/podcast-09-17-jay-dawes/

Links mentioned in the Podcast:
Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
https://go.okstate.edu

Jillian Joyce, PhD, RD
https://humansciences.okstate.edu/nsci/directory/jill-joyce.html

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org

 

 


Repost- Jenny Ploss- Physical Therapist -Langford Sports & Physical Therapy & MovNat part 2




  • As part of our December theme to “Move More,” we are re-releasing Part 2 of our interview with Dr. Jenny Ploss, PT who works with a range of orthopedic clients at Langford Sports & Physical Therapy in Albuquerque. She graduated in 2012 from the University of New Mexico with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree after studying biology and playing collegiate soccer at the University of California at Davis.

Jenny believes her job as a physical therapist extends beyond helping clients overcome pain and disability. She believes the ultimate goal of any fitness or healthcare professional should be to help each client find an enjoyable way to keep moving well as long as possible in order to maintain a higher quality of life, greater independence, and the ability to explore and enjoy life.

Jenny is an avid rock climber, and also loves to backpack, run, and bike. In 2016, Jenny was introduced to MovNat through a colleague, and has adopted these natural movement patterns as a way to maintain her fitness and movement skills so that she is better prepared for higher level skills and competitions. She loves using these movements with her clients, and truly believes that natural movement is a more sustainable way of keeping your body healthy and reducing risk of injury.

This episode was originally released on October 24, 2018.  Part 1 of our interview with Dr. Jenny Ploss, PT, was released on October 10, 2018; here’s the link: http://www.moving2live.com/2018/10/10/podcast-3718-jenny-ploss-physical-therapist-langford-sports-physical-therapy-movnat-part-1/

Show Notes: Jenny Ploss, PT, DPT, contact info:
E-mail: jenny@langfordpt.com

Website (Langford Sports & Physical Therapy): https://langfordpt.com

Website (MoveTru at Langford): https://www.movetruabq.com

Facebook (Langford Sports & PT):
https://www.facebook.com/LangfordPT

Facebook (MoveTru at Langford):
https://www.facebook.com/movetrulangford/

Instagram (MoveTru at Langford):
https://www.instagram.com/movetrulangford/

Instagram (Personal Page): https://www.instagram.com/jennyploss/

Twitter (MoveTru at Langford): https://twitter.com/movetruabq

Twitter: (Langford PT): https://twitter.com/LangfordPT

Links mentioned in the Podcast (Part 2):
MovNat – Natural Movement
https://www.movnat.com

Parkour – International Parkour Federation
http://internationalparkourfederation.com

“Why Natural Movement is Therapy” Blog Post by Jenny Ploss, PT, DPT
https://www.movnat.com/why-natural-movement-is-therapy/

Contact Info for Moving2Live:
Web: Moving2Live

Email: mov2liv@gmail.com

Twitter: @_mov2liv

Instagram: @_mov2liv

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Attribution for Intro/Exit Podcast Music:
 Travel Light by Jason Shaw from the album Audionautix: Acoustic, licensed under an Attribution 3.0 United States License. Available at www.FreeMusicArchive.org