Boeing Fitness

Better than anything I’ll be able to speak about, just watch this 1-hour film – “JUST MOVE

References for topics we discussed during our fitness sessions:

*** When spending some time in a Worker’s Compensation law office setting, it was alarming how the vast majority of worker’s comp cases are office workers – people who just sit at a desk all day and work with computers and/or paper. It might seem from face-value that the physically demanding labor-intensive outdoor jobs are obviously more dangerous than a “safe” indoor office job. But the ratios of work-related injuries that I saw told a very different story. From head and neck injuries, to shoulders, elbows, wrists and hands, and even lower back, hip, and leg injuries, the dangers of the office worker run the gamut and rank supreme. I wish I were being sarcastic, but it’s just true. Is it the individual who is drawn to a desk job? Is it the activity of the desk job itself? Is it the inactivity, the sedation of the desk job? Is it the lack of attention to keeping the body fit, even when work doesn’t seem to require it? Surely, a combination of these factors and probably many more are worked into the equation. But regardless of the reasons, it is important to know that working at a desk is very dangerous, and we must prepare the body and mind accordingly! ***








Pelvic Traction and Alignment with Belt Squat / Dip Belt