Slayers! We are back with another edition of “THINGS TO READ TO HELP SLAY YOUR DAY.”
A few notable updates before we begin.
I have finished the ebook version in rough of the first digital product that I’ll be releasing this year. As for right now, tentative dates for release are for May 8th and June 24th.
Additionally, I’m still KILLING it on Snapchat, and I highly suggest you get an account and get on there. That is where I’m posting all my best information. EVEN better than youtube! GET ON THERE and add me: remisovran
Now, onto this weeks edition of things to read.
This was from yesterday’s youtube video and one that you really should watch!
The book ICED arrived in the mail the other day and its one that is very personal to me. At the time of my lower back injury, a few clinician’s insisted on using ice ‘only’ for my lower back. That turned out to be some of the worst advice I’ve ever received since my pain only became worse. Ever since that day I’ve come to question the usage of ice in the treatment of injuries. Personally, I feel it does much more harm than good. I’ve already gone through close to half the book, and I’m enjoying where the concept of icing injuries started, which was back in 1962 when a man severed his arm.
For anyone interested in SI Joint Dysfunction, here is an excellent piece from Dean Somerset.
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An individual's bone structure can say a lot about what activities or sport they may good for. For example, a thin-boned individual may be best suited for gymnastics, whereas a thick-boned individual would likely be better suited for powerlifting or a football linebacker.
— Remi Sovran (@RemiSovran) February 6, 2018