Category Archives: family

Disney Vacation Workout: Corrective Exercise on the Road

I am on my way back from (or just got back from-depending on when I finish this-my 4 year old is playing with his cars so I have a moment or 2 now) an amazing vacation. My wife and three children took our first family trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida. It was […]
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2600 Fridays

I hope you are having an amazing Friday! Watch this short video, share your comments and pass it on if it makes sense to you. Eric Beard CEO A-Team Corrective Exercise Specialist AthleticShoulder.com http://facebook.com/theericbeard Share| Twitter Username: Twitter Password: This information is not stored and only one tweet will be sent
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The Kids Aren’t Alright. Childhood Obesity is Killing Adults

A change of pace for my blog but I talk about this in workshops twice a month and am passioante about it. YOU can make adifference too! Are you going to help make a positive difference or sit on the sidelines? Thanks for reading and watching! Eric Beard CEO A-Team Corrective Exercise Specialist AthleticShoulder.com http://facebook.com/theericbeard […]
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Halloween Fun

We’ve got a family tradition where we dress up as a theme every year. This year my sister in law and her twins came up from NY to round out our group. If you couldn’t tell, we went for the Wizard of Oz. We had the Wicked Withe of the East, the Wicked Witch of […]
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Good to be Home

I enjoy my work on the road, but my true passion is currentyl upstairs sleeping, my three children. It is easy to get caught up making a living and making a difference for others, but at the end of the day it has to happen at home. I admit that personal and professional balance is […]
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