Syndrome Slump™

If you’ve been searching Google to figure out why you ache, why you keep getting injured, or why your body doesn’t look or feel as good as it used to, Syndrome Slump™ is likely your answer.
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Syndrome Slump™ a societal epidemic I have identified, which is more widespread than obesity. Despite your best efforts to stay healthy, chances are high that you have Syndrome Slump™. You simply might not yet have recognized that Syndrome Slump™ is the explanation.

 

Syndrome Slump™ is the sloppy use of joints and muscles from your feet upward. It affects how old you look, how you feel, how you breathe–and how you perform in the activities most important to your quality of life. It’s been fighting your efforts to stay strong.

 

Even if you avoid rounded shoulders or a hunched back, there are 14 other Syndrome Slumpfeatures affecting many areas of your body which are so commonly vulnerable and sore.

 

You probably don’t have all 15 features, but most of you exhibit several in everything you do. For some of you, Syndrome Slump™ even includes using your facial muscles poorly in ways that affect your breathing, chewing, and appearance.

Syndrome Slump™ is not your fault

It’s not your fault that you’ve learned to do most of your activities with unnatural joint and muscle use. We’re all so accustomed to seeing friends, family, and even celebrities and models exhibiting Syndrome Slump™ that we hardly notice. We unwittingly mirror these injurious, age-accelerating habits from our feet upward. Plus, almost no one teaches how to use your body per its actual design. It’s difficult to avoid catching Syndrome SlumpTM.

The Consequences of Syndrome SlumpTM

Want to know the signs and symptoms of Syndrome SlumpTM?

  • Are you convinced it’s natural to hurt after sitting for a lengthy period of time?
  • Do you workout hard and often feel pain as you do so?
  • Does your back stiffen with each passing hour at work?
  • Do you feel strain in activities that used to be seamless, such as bending, reaching, running?
  • Do you keep straining the same muscles over and over again?
  • Do you pull muscles you never realized you had when you chase down a drop shot on the tennis court, hustle for a loose ball in a pick-up basketball game, or sprint a little “too hard” down the first base line in a company softball game?
  • With your gym workouts, has your quad development outpaced your glute development?
  • Do you feel tired when you stand for a while?
  • When you walk up stairs or hike up hills, do you feel your muscles working or burning in the front of your thighs more than in your rear end?
  • Are the muscles where your thighs meet your torso (your hip flexors) often tight?
  • Can you hear your feet stomping up or down the stairs, even when you’re not tired?
  • Do you leak a little urine here and there, or are you not emptying your bladder enough when you urinate?
  • Have one or both of your feet gotten longer since you were full-grown?
  • Have you gotten shorter in height even though you’re not elderly?
  • When you look at yourself in the mirror, does your posture make you look older than you’d like?
  • Do you believe you’d appear more confident if your posture were better?
  • Do you find it difficult to consistently maintain confident posture?

If you’ve experienced even just one of these symptoms, you probably have Syndrome Slump™.

“Today's children and adults are faced with a physical crisis ... many popular role models reinforce a look which in reality is detrimental to one's overall health ... Your method teaches children and parents practical ways to rediscover their healthy alignment.”

- Steve Talajkowski; Physical Therapist, Physiotherapy Associates