mobility

Movements that Last

Movements that Last

It’s no secret that that engaging in the same action over and over again makes it more likely that you will develop a repetitive strain injury. The good news is that this outcome is not inevitable. Learning more about your most important tool, your body, can be incredibly empowering.

I walked 10 miles a day in San Francisco. This is what I learned.

I walked 10 miles a day in San Francisco. This is what I learned.

I arrived to San Francisco and I was instantly greeted by a wave of calm and a breath of fresh air. It was an incredible feeling that I embraced with movement. Walking provided me with the opportunity to take in the world around me in a different format then grabbing public transit or jumping in a Lyft. It was as if I was a sponge soaking up the sunlight (vitamin D) and all of the incredible ideas that came along with it. I was inspired.