VIDEO: How to use a self activation stick to activate your core before a workout

Never used a self activation stick? This simple, inexpensive piece of gear belongs in every athlete’s locker. Using the Be Activated techniques, you can fire up your own core muscles before a workout in just a few minutes – no coach or doctor required. In this video, I show you exactly how to use the self activation stick for the best result.     BUY A SELF ACTIVATION STICK...

Video: How to activate the psoas muscle using Be Activated

It takes 5 seconds to activate the psoas muscle. Using your thumb or a self activation stick, you can improve flexibility, strengthen your core and make your legs feel lighter. This video is the second part of a simple Zone 1 activation. I’ll show you exactly how psoas activation is done – and we’ll measure the surprising results....

Video: Diaphragmatic breathing increases flexibility

It’s one thing to talk about Be Activated — but if you’re like most of us, seeing is believing. In this 3-minute video, I show you exactly how diaphragmatic breathing works. Watch an athlete practice the proper way of breathing, learn pressure points to help you breathe better — and see the increase in flexibility just a few breaths can get you....
I was a former collegiate and professional hockey player. During my career I suffered 3 concussions in 9 months. Despite resting and allowing ample time for normal recovery, I continued to have tightness in my neck, headaches, and eyesight issues. Shortness of breath was a common occurrence. My family and friends even noticed a difference in my behavior and a decrease in my level of sharpness. When I met with Doctor Nelson I experienced immediate results. He fixed a disconnect between my brain and muscles so that I could perform tasks that required using multiple signals.  Through his activation therapy, the tension in my neck and upper shoulder regions is gone and I no longer have headaches. My vision is more acute and my ability to focus is back to normal. I have become more positive, energetic, and upbeat.
Billy Maday