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Neural Reprogramming

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January 9, 2020
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Dr. Scott Hannen shares how to unlock the body's potential to heal itself

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  • - At any time, probablybetween 8.000 to 20.000 planes
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  • are speeding throughthe skies above you.
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  • So how do pilots knowwhich path to take
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  • without hitting another plane?
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  • They're intricatelynavigated by a control tower.
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  • In the same way thebrain and nervous system
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  • serve as a controltower over the body.
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  • 20.000 planes in thesky may seem like a lot,
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  • but that's nothing comparedto the crazy pathways
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  • going on in your brain.
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  • There are about 100billion brain cells
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  • within the human brain.
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  • Electrical sparks,called nerve impulses,
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  • speed along neuralpathways and are processed,
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  • directed, or redirectedby the control tower
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  • to help establish internalstability in the body.
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  • If the communication isclear and uninterrupted,
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  • the body will function normally.
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  • - [Announcer] Allflights are on schedule.
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  • - [Dr. Hannen] Nocanceled flights.
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  • Accurate arrivals.
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  • However--
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  • - [Announcer] We'reexperiencing delays.
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  • - If there's an interference
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  • in the controltower communication
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  • it can cause major problemswithin the entire flight system.
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  • When your brain, thecontrol system of your body,
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  • becomes imbalanced,
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  • your entire system will quicklybegan to breakdown as well.
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  • The body can't function inits highest capacity or speed
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  • when your brain isn'tcommunicating effectively.
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  • Flight paths are crossed,and chaos ensues.
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  • Fogginess, anxiety, depression,
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  • are just some of theeffects of this imbalance.
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  • But when the brain is balanced--
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  • - [Announcer] All flightsare canceled, just kidding.
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  • - All flights arrive on time.
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  • The results are mentalclarity, alertness,
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  • improved sleepinghabits, more energy,
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  • relief from pain, and anenhanced sense of well being.
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  • So how do you makesure your control tower
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  • is communicating well?
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  • I'm about to teachyou how to improve
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  • the function of your brain,
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  • along with threesimple brain exercises
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  • that can help you reestablishthe balance of your brain.
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  • Imagine, devoting only a fewminutes a day to feel great,
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  • think clearer, improvebalance, and sleep better.
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  • Remember, the painis in the brain.
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  • Not the body.
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  • Balance the brain andyou stop the pain.
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  • So let's talk abouthow to train the brain.
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  • Most people don't realize,
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  • but you actually can trainyour brain to be better.
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  • So, how do you do this?
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  • Well, eye muscles are oneof the most important things
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  • in your body, but there'snot a lot of people
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  • talking about them.
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  • Why can I be standing there,
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  • and all of a suddensomething real fast moving,
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  • whoosh, man I can reactjust like lightning,
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  • but I don't throwanything out of alignment?
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  • I don't strain anything.
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  • I don't sprain anything.
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  • Because at the momentyour eyes track
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  • and you had to respond,
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  • it triggers these eye muscles,
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  • sparks that run allthe way down your spine
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  • and through yourintrinsic muscles
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  • and give you immediate supportin the areas that you need.
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  • And instinctivelythose eye muscles then,
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  • once they're efficient,
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  • you can move fast andyour reflexes are quicker.
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  • How many people wouldlike to move quicker
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  • and have better reflexes?
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  • Right?
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  • And most people are saying,"Well gosh I'm getting older,
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  • and my reflexes just aren'twhat they use to be."
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  • Why aren't they?
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  • My question is, are youstill training them?
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  • See, when you were youngeryou played baseball,
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  • you played basketball, youwere always doing something
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  • that caused quick eyes.
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  • You were alwayshaving to watch things
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  • and move and duck,and jump and twist.
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  • Well, as you get olderyou quit all that stuff.
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  • So if your eye muscles get weak,
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  • they don't make thesparks that travel down
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  • to give the support.
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  • And your reflexesbegan to slow down.
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  • So it's amazing, wetrain the eye muscles.
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  • Watch this.
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  • If you train these muscles,they fire sparks to the body.
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  • Remember, then thosesparks fire to the brain.
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  • So, all the reflexes areconnecting to the brain.
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  • Because the movements starttidying up to the body
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  • then firing to the brain.
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  • So the brain tellsthe body what to do.
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  • And how to move.
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  • So, training the eyes, trainthe body to balance them
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  • to the brain, so it allbecomes more efficient.
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  • When those reflexesget sluggish,
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  • and they just get slowed down,
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  • you began to get sluggish,
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  • and you began to slow down.
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  • So you can see very quickly
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  • why it's importantto train these.
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  • So how do we do it?
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  • It's real simple.
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  • Let me show you threesimple exercises.
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  • I did this in my hotelroom this morning.
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  • I just took a littlepiece of paper
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  • and actually Itook a water bottle
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  • and I drew a circle aroundthe top of that water bottle.
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  • Okay, that's all wedid to make a spot.
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  • You go stick this on the wall.
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  • Make two of them.
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  • Stick one on the wall here,
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  • take 10 steps over here, andstick another one on the wall.
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  • I go through allthis in the book.
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  • Then all I want you to do,
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  • is I want you tojust stand there.
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  • And as you stand thereI want you to stare
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  • and then I want youto move to that one.
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  • Then take another one andput them over on this side.
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  • So you have one spothere, one spot there,
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  • and one spot there.
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  • Then after you dothat, look to this one.
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  • Then look to this one.
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  • Then look to this one,then look to this one.
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  • Then you'll see a balance pose
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  • that I show youhow to do in there.
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  • And it's simply doing this.
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  • And then you're lookingthere, you're looking there,
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  • you're looking there,you're looking there,
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  • you're looking there.
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  • Then I have you do theother balance pose.
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  • And you're looking there,you're looking there.
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  • Can you see howyou're doing that?
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  • And as you keep looking,your training your body
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  • to the cross crawl mechanism.
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  • Which is how youlearned to walk.
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  • Remember when you walked?
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  • So you go back tothe primary reflexes
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  • and you're training those,
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  • and that's called focalfixation activation.
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  • Second exercise is simple.
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  • You look at your thumb thenyou look at a spot on the wall.
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  • Thumb, wall, thumb,wall, thumb, wall.
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  • Helps you betweenclose to front.
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  • Close to front.
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  • Same activity.
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  • Called accommodation activation.
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  • Finally then, watchthis one, last one.
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  • I like to sit in achair and I do this.
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  • My nose is straight and Ilook up just as high as I can.
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  • And I try to find a spot onthe ceiling as high as I can,
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  • and I hold it.
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  • Now then I look straight ahead.
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  • Then I look down asfar as I can (groans).
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  • Then I look all the way tothe right as far as I can.
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  • Then I go all the way tothe left as far as I can.
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  • And you're holdingeach one of these
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  • for about three seconds.
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  • Now if you reallywanna intensify
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  • tighten up your stomachwhen you do these.
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  • And you'll firethe core muscles.
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  • And when you tighten upeverything on the inside,
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  • when you do this you'retraining your core to the eyes,
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  • which makes it moreefficient with brain.
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  • That one's calledocular activation.
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  • All you have to do, dothese three exercise.
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  • Do them daily.
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  • They may take youabout five minutes,
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  • but watch this,
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  • when you do you're gonna trainthe brain to stop the pain.
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  • - This old airplaneis still in good shape
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  • except for one little problem,
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  • it doesn't run.
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  • The reason it doesn't run
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  • is that the engine's beensitting dormant for a long time.
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  • The old adage provestrue once again.
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  • If you don't useit, you'll lose it.
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  • Our body's like this airplane.
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  • It needs to keep movingin order to run properly.
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  • One of the primaryfunctions of brain,
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  • is to transmit and receiveneurological impulses
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  • to get things moving.
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  • Like a plane, you have togive it fuel for power,
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  • some good ole open sky's oxygen,
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  • and get it moving throughactivity or activation.
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  • When these three things,fuel, oxygen, and activation
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  • are increased, the braincells become more stable
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  • and can grow as a result.
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  • This is calledneural plasticity.
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  • Now, what happens whenthis plane sits too long?
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  • Well, things start to breakdown.
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  • The same thinghappens in the brain.
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  • It's called transneuraldegeneration.
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  • When brain cells are deprivedof a sufficient amount
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  • of fuel, oxygen, andactivation that they need
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  • the cells can make a shift
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  • towards somethingcalled cell death.
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  • Kinda like a dead engine.
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  • So how, like the old airplane,
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  • do we get it back up to speed?
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  • You have to fire it up.
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  • The plasticity of neuralpathways is dependent on
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  • frequency of firing.
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  • The more sparks you send to it,
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  • the stronger it gets.
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  • When you do something active
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  • it sends an electrical impulse,
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  • a spark literally,
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  • along the nerves allthe way to the brain.
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  • The more you increasethe activity in the body,
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  • the more sparks aresent to the brain.
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  • Causing more activity totake place in the brain.
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  • This phenomenon createsnew and improved pathways
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  • through a processof neuroplasticity
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  • that are far more efficient.
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  • Doing intentional, strategicmaneuvers, through repetition
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  • causes neuroplasticityto occur in the brain
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  • building stronger,more stable pathways,
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  • to support thenow stronger body.
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  • Keep watching so I can teachyou how to balance the body
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  • to balance the brain,
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  • so you can stop the pain.
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  • I love to do the balance test
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  • because when peoplething they're normal
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  • and you put them throughthis balance test,
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  • as you're gonna quickly see,
  • 00:10:31.554 --> 00:10:33.189
  • sometimes they're really not.
  • 00:10:33.189 --> 00:10:35.524
  • Watch this.
  • 00:10:35.524 --> 00:10:36.792
  • So we're gonna dothe balance test.
  • 00:10:36.792 --> 00:10:38.461
  • So I've asked a few people
  • 00:10:38.461 --> 00:10:39.695
  • to come out of thestudio audience
  • 00:10:39.695 --> 00:10:40.863
  • and they're gonna help us.
  • 00:10:40.863 --> 00:10:42.231
  • So watch this.
  • 00:10:42.231 --> 00:10:43.466
  • We're gonna putour feet together
  • 00:10:43.466 --> 00:10:44.867
  • where they'retouching in the front.
  • 00:10:44.867 --> 00:10:46.569
  • Make sure everything's touching.
  • 00:10:46.569 --> 00:10:48.237
  • Now all I want you todo is stand upright.
  • 00:10:48.237 --> 00:10:50.473
  • As straight as you can,and close your eyes,
  • 00:10:50.473 --> 00:10:52.975
  • and leave them closed.
  • 00:10:52.975 --> 00:10:54.276
  • Now when they close theireyes you'll start to see them.
  • 00:10:55.678 --> 00:10:57.913
  • And see them startingto move a little bit?
  • 00:10:57.913 --> 00:11:00.583
  • See like right here?
  • 00:11:00.583 --> 00:11:01.383
  • See we're swaying?
  • 00:11:01.383 --> 00:11:02.985
  • And that's justwith eyes closed.
  • 00:11:02.985 --> 00:11:04.754
  • Over here she's circling theairport a little bit there.
  • 00:11:04.754 --> 00:11:07.523
  • Now leave your eyes closed.
  • 00:11:07.523 --> 00:11:08.591
  • Now watch this.
  • 00:11:08.591 --> 00:11:10.092
  • I'm gonna ask you to march inplace with your eyes closed.
  • 00:11:10.092 --> 00:11:12.561
  • So just march in placewith your eyes closed.
  • 00:11:12.561 --> 00:11:14.530
  • Real big.
  • 00:11:14.530 --> 00:11:15.464
  • Come on everybody go ahead.
  • 00:11:15.464 --> 00:11:16.799
  • Yeah, go ahead.
  • 00:11:16.799 --> 00:11:17.633
  • Yeah, nope, gotta useyour arms too there bud.
  • 00:11:19.401 --> 00:11:21.437
  • Yeah, there ya go.
  • 00:11:21.437 --> 00:11:22.438
  • Real big!
  • 00:11:23.539 --> 00:11:25.307
  • Real big.
  • 00:11:27.409 --> 00:11:28.244
  • Okay.
  • 00:11:28.244 --> 00:11:29.678
  • Keep marching.
  • 00:11:29.678 --> 00:11:31.113
  • Yeah, we're backwardsnow, we're backwards.
  • 00:11:31.113 --> 00:11:33.983
  • Okay that's enough.
  • 00:11:33.983 --> 00:11:35.251
  • That's enough.
  • 00:11:35.251 --> 00:11:36.919
  • Okay, very good.
  • 00:11:36.919 --> 00:11:37.853
  • Come on give them a hand.
  • 00:11:37.853 --> 00:11:38.788
  • Thank them for coming out there.
  • 00:11:38.788 --> 00:11:40.189
  • (audience applauds)
  • 00:11:40.189 --> 00:11:41.957
  • All right, you guyscan have a seat.
  • 00:11:41.957 --> 00:11:44.226
  • Thank you so much.
  • 00:11:44.226 --> 00:11:45.427
  • If you just wannaexit off to that side.
  • 00:11:45.427 --> 00:11:46.862
  • Now what you just saw wereindividuals who actually thought
  • 00:11:46.862 --> 00:11:51.667
  • they were probably prettynormal when they walked in here.
  • 00:11:53.035 --> 00:11:54.804
  • Did you see how thecoordination was off?
  • 00:11:54.804 --> 00:11:57.540
  • Now I picked wellpeople on purpose.
  • 00:11:57.540 --> 00:12:00.509
  • If you pick peoplethat have problems,
  • 00:12:00.509 --> 00:12:02.745
  • you'll see they'llfall all over,
  • 00:12:02.745 --> 00:12:04.613
  • they'll start twisting,
  • 00:12:04.613 --> 00:12:05.881
  • they'll start turning.
  • 00:12:05.881 --> 00:12:07.316
  • But because we're on a stage
  • 00:12:07.316 --> 00:12:08.584
  • didn't want anybodyto hurt themselves.
  • 00:12:08.584 --> 00:12:10.219
  • So you could see just from that.
  • 00:12:10.219 --> 00:12:12.221
  • This is what itshould look like.
  • 00:12:12.221 --> 00:12:14.089
  • You should close your eyes
  • 00:12:14.089 --> 00:12:15.291
  • and it should bevery clean like this.
  • 00:12:15.291 --> 00:12:17.326
  • No movement.
  • 00:12:17.326 --> 00:12:18.294
  • See?
  • 00:12:18.294 --> 00:12:19.562
  • You should be ableto face the front.
  • 00:12:19.562 --> 00:12:21.063
  • If I close my eyes I shouldbe able to stand straight
  • 00:12:21.063 --> 00:12:23.032
  • and not moving.
  • 00:12:23.032 --> 00:12:24.166
  • Unwavering.
  • 00:12:24.166 --> 00:12:25.067
  • Looking straight ahead.
  • 00:12:25.067 --> 00:12:26.635
  • So what happens is you haveneurological imbalance.
  • 00:12:26.635 --> 00:12:30.139
  • So what we wanna do is wewanna show you a program
  • 00:12:30.139 --> 00:12:33.142
  • called the Nrgenics.
  • 00:12:33.142 --> 00:12:34.643
  • And the Nrgenics isgoing to train you
  • 00:12:34.643 --> 00:12:38.314
  • on how to facilitatethis arm to this leg,
  • 00:12:38.314 --> 00:12:42.184
  • this arm to this leg.
  • 00:12:42.184 --> 00:12:43.853
  • And it coordinatesall your movements
  • 00:12:43.853 --> 00:12:46.288
  • so the left and theright side of your brain
  • 00:12:46.288 --> 00:12:49.258
  • can communicate evenly.
  • 00:12:49.258 --> 00:12:51.393
  • Now, right now you can seethe left and right brains
  • 00:12:51.393 --> 00:12:53.929
  • were not communicatingreal well there.
  • 00:12:53.929 --> 00:12:56.031
  • If they're nottalking to each other,
  • 00:12:56.031 --> 00:12:57.633
  • do you think you're gonnahave clear thoughts?
  • 00:12:57.633 --> 00:12:59.902
  • Do you think maybeyou might have
  • 00:12:59.902 --> 00:13:01.503
  • just a little problemconcentrating everyonce in a while?
  • 00:13:01.503 --> 00:13:04.473
  • Maybe you've walked into a room,
  • 00:13:04.473 --> 00:13:05.708
  • how many of you havewalked into a room
  • 00:13:05.708 --> 00:13:06.809
  • and you're in there going,
  • 00:13:06.809 --> 00:13:07.810
  • "Anybody seen my sunglasses?"
  • 00:13:07.810 --> 00:13:09.979
  • And your wife goes (laughs).
  • 00:13:09.979 --> 00:13:11.580
  • They're up on your head.
  • 00:13:12.681 --> 00:13:14.116
  • Or you walk in aroom for something,
  • 00:13:14.116 --> 00:13:15.985
  • you're going to get it,
  • 00:13:15.985 --> 00:13:17.219
  • and you walk inthere and you go,
  • 00:13:17.219 --> 00:13:18.587
  • "Why did I come in here?"
  • 00:13:18.587 --> 00:13:19.688
  • (laughs) Right?
  • 00:13:19.688 --> 00:13:20.656
  • That means left and right brain
  • 00:13:20.656 --> 00:13:22.791
  • are not talkingwell to each other.
  • 00:13:22.791 --> 00:13:24.894
  • More importantly, you wannawatch because if you're not
  • 00:13:24.894 --> 00:13:28.731
  • watchful you can haveslip and fall injuries.
  • 00:13:28.731 --> 00:13:31.934
  • Which, by the way is thenumber one leading cause
  • 00:13:31.934 --> 00:13:34.670
  • of death for theelderly right now.
  • 00:13:34.670 --> 00:13:36.772
  • So, can you imagineif you were balanced
  • 00:13:36.772 --> 00:13:40.442
  • in your left and rightpart of your brain?
  • 00:13:40.442 --> 00:13:42.811
  • You wouldn't have to worryabout falling as much.
  • 00:13:42.811 --> 00:13:45.414
  • You wouldn't have toworry about things
  • 00:13:45.414 --> 00:13:46.849
  • like vertigo happening.
  • 00:13:46.849 --> 00:13:48.250
  • Do you know how manypeople suffer with vertigo?
  • 00:13:48.250 --> 00:13:50.619
  • Clear thoughts.
  • 00:13:50.619 --> 00:13:51.854
  • How many people knowwhat brain fog is?
  • 00:13:51.854 --> 00:13:53.389
  • How would you like to get
  • 00:13:53.389 --> 00:13:54.623
  • the clouds to clearup for a while?
  • 00:13:54.623 --> 00:13:57.192
  • Yeah, all of those thingsfrom balancing the brain.
  • 00:13:57.192 --> 00:14:00.362
  • Now if you'rebalancing the brain
  • 00:14:00.362 --> 00:14:01.830
  • think about all of theother things that happen.
  • 00:14:01.830 --> 00:14:05.301
  • Think of all the other goodthings that happen in your body.
  • 00:14:05.301 --> 00:14:09.338
  • In other words, the brainruns everything in the system.
  • 00:14:09.338 --> 00:14:12.508
  • So if the brain is runningeverything in the system,
  • 00:14:12.508 --> 00:14:16.445
  • what do you thinkthat's gonna work better
  • 00:14:16.445 --> 00:14:18.080
  • if the left andright are balanced?
  • 00:14:18.080 --> 00:14:20.282
  • So we wanna be able tobring things to a balance.
  • 00:14:20.282 --> 00:14:25.287
  • We wanna bringthings in alignment.
  • 00:14:26.388 --> 00:14:28.357
  • Now watch this, youcan do stretches,
  • 00:14:28.357 --> 00:14:30.059
  • you can do exercises, andyou can do them all day long.
  • 00:14:30.059 --> 00:14:33.295
  • If they're not targeted,and they're not sequenced
  • 00:14:33.295 --> 00:14:36.665
  • in the right manner,the right way,
  • 00:14:36.665 --> 00:14:39.268
  • then you're not gonna havethe balance that you need.
  • 00:14:39.268 --> 00:14:43.138
  • You might improve things,
  • 00:14:43.138 --> 00:14:44.974
  • and things may geta little better.
  • 00:14:44.974 --> 00:14:47.042
  • But do you want thingsa little better,
  • 00:14:47.042 --> 00:14:48.310
  • or do you want thingsperfectly aligned?
  • 00:14:48.310 --> 00:14:51.180
  • So if you want yourbrain perfectly aligned
  • 00:14:51.180 --> 00:14:54.049
  • the whole Nrgenics programwill walk you through,
  • 00:14:54.049 --> 00:14:57.386
  • and for about maybe 10,possibly 15 minutes a day,
  • 00:14:57.386 --> 00:15:01.924
  • and you only have to do itmaybe three days a week.
  • 00:15:01.924 --> 00:15:04.593
  • You can bring thatbrain back into balance.
  • 00:15:04.593 --> 00:15:07.896
  • Now I wanna teach yousomething real quick
  • 00:15:07.896 --> 00:15:09.365
  • because when you're doingthat you're creating something
  • 00:15:09.365 --> 00:15:11.900
  • called neuroplasticity.
  • 00:15:11.900 --> 00:15:13.535
  • What does that even mean?
  • 00:15:13.535 --> 00:15:14.837
  • That means that all ofthe sparks in the body
  • 00:15:14.837 --> 00:15:17.639
  • are firing to the brain.
  • 00:15:17.639 --> 00:15:19.441
  • So every time you move that'swhat keeps the brain healthy.
  • 00:15:19.441 --> 00:15:23.579
  • Kendel and Schwartz,two scientists,
  • 00:15:23.579 --> 00:15:25.414
  • proved in year 2000,they won the Nobel Prize
  • 00:15:25.414 --> 00:15:28.183
  • for show that if youfire sparks to the brain
  • 00:15:28.183 --> 00:15:31.453
  • watch this, the centralnervous system can regenerate.
  • 00:15:31.453 --> 00:15:35.424
  • Now before that wedidn't think it could.
  • 00:15:35.424 --> 00:15:37.926
  • We thought thatinjuries were permanent.
  • 00:15:37.926 --> 00:15:40.629
  • If they were in your brainand your nervous system.
  • 00:15:40.629 --> 00:15:42.731
  • Now we find if wecan just get sparks
  • 00:15:42.731 --> 00:15:45.601
  • to those deficient pathways,
  • 00:15:45.601 --> 00:15:47.536
  • those pathwayswill light back up.
  • 00:15:47.536 --> 00:15:49.738
  • And watch this, now we alwaysuse to know that it was
  • 00:15:49.738 --> 00:15:53.275
  • above down inside, now it'sif the brain ran the body.
  • 00:15:53.275 --> 00:15:57.079
  • But now we realize thatthe body fires to the brain
  • 00:15:57.079 --> 00:16:00.983
  • to run back to the body.
  • 00:16:00.983 --> 00:16:04.053
  • So balance the body,balance the brain.
  • 00:16:04.053 --> 00:16:06.488
  • Balance the brain,balance the body.
  • 00:16:06.488 --> 00:16:08.657
  • You have to balanceboth the same way.
  • 00:16:08.657 --> 00:16:12.227
  • So we'll talk aboutdifferent things
  • 00:16:12.227 --> 00:16:13.762
  • on how to balance the brain.
  • 00:16:13.762 --> 00:16:15.264
  • We also talk and teach youin the Nrgenics program
  • 00:16:15.264 --> 00:16:18.233
  • on how to go piece bypiece, maneuver by maneuver,
  • 00:16:18.233 --> 00:16:22.271
  • so you can replastisize,rebuild your brain,
  • 00:16:22.271 --> 00:16:26.742
  • rebuild your nervous system.
  • 00:16:26.742 --> 00:16:29.211
  • So not only do you feelbetter, move better,
  • 00:16:29.211 --> 00:16:32.714
  • think clearer, but also canteach ya how to stop the pain.
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  • - Hello, and welcometo the Nrgenics program
  • 00:17:38.213 --> 00:17:40.816
  • where I'm going to teachyou how to watch this,
  • 00:17:40.816 --> 00:17:43.919
  • balance the body tobalance the brain,
  • 00:17:43.919 --> 00:17:46.388
  • so the brain canbalance the body.
  • 00:17:46.388 --> 00:17:49.024
  • And when ya say that,what does that even mean?
  • 00:17:49.024 --> 00:17:51.260
  • Well, when I watchpeople in the gym
  • 00:17:51.260 --> 00:17:52.728
  • they get realefficient at making
  • 00:17:52.728 --> 00:17:55.130
  • individual muscles efficient.
  • 00:17:55.130 --> 00:17:57.900
  • So they stand and do acurl, exercise example,
  • 00:17:57.900 --> 00:18:01.069
  • and when they dothe curl exercise
  • 00:18:01.069 --> 00:18:02.871
  • they stand there andthey work one body part.
  • 00:18:02.871 --> 00:18:04.840
  • Then they'll change over andthey'll do the other body part.
  • 00:18:04.840 --> 00:18:07.576
  • Then, perhaps, they'lldo a bench press.
  • 00:18:07.576 --> 00:18:09.578
  • And they work single parts.
  • 00:18:10.746 --> 00:18:13.515
  • Where in brain they're making
  • 00:18:13.515 --> 00:18:15.684
  • each individual part efficient.
  • 00:18:15.684 --> 00:18:18.487
  • But then when you tryto put all that together
  • 00:18:18.487 --> 00:18:20.656
  • in some kind of a movement,or some kind of a sport,
  • 00:18:20.656 --> 00:18:23.192
  • or some kind ofa daily activity,
  • 00:18:23.192 --> 00:18:24.993
  • the body is disjointedbecause those mechanisms
  • 00:18:24.993 --> 00:18:27.963
  • were never seamed together.
  • 00:18:27.963 --> 00:18:30.165
  • So the Nrgenics program,what we're all about
  • 00:18:30.165 --> 00:18:32.701
  • is trying to develop andmaking the movement seamless
  • 00:18:32.701 --> 00:18:37.139
  • while we're training.
  • 00:18:37.139 --> 00:18:38.407
  • If you're gonna makesomething efficient,
  • 00:18:38.407 --> 00:18:39.708
  • why not make thewhole thing efficient?
  • 00:18:39.708 --> 00:18:42.711
  • So we're gonna usesomething based on a model
  • 00:18:42.711 --> 00:18:44.846
  • called a neurologicalcross crawl.
  • 00:18:44.846 --> 00:18:46.982
  • When you begin to walkyou are cross crawling
  • 00:18:46.982 --> 00:18:50.419
  • on your hands and onyour knees like this.
  • 00:18:50.419 --> 00:18:52.988
  • And it begins to developthe left and right sides
  • 00:18:52.988 --> 00:18:55.524
  • of your brain.
  • 00:18:55.524 --> 00:18:56.792
  • When we walk we putone arm and one leg
  • 00:18:56.792 --> 00:19:00.429
  • in front of the other.
  • 00:19:00.429 --> 00:19:01.697
  • Why?
  • 00:19:01.697 --> 00:19:03.365
  • Because it createsa neurological crosscrawling mechanism
  • 00:19:03.365 --> 00:19:06.101
  • that helps us to stayfocused and to stay balanced.
  • 00:19:06.101 --> 00:19:09.671
  • That's why we canbe coordinated.
  • 00:19:09.671 --> 00:19:11.640
  • That's why we can beefficient while we walk
  • 00:19:11.640 --> 00:19:14.009
  • and while we move.
  • 00:19:14.009 --> 00:19:15.877
  • So if we're gonna train,
  • 00:19:15.877 --> 00:19:17.446
  • and we're gonna spend allthis time doing exercise,
  • 00:19:17.446 --> 00:19:19.448
  • why not get the mostoutta the exercise?
  • 00:19:19.448 --> 00:19:22.451
  • Where instead of just havinglittle isolated parts,
  • 00:19:22.451 --> 00:19:25.687
  • we have smooth flowing neurology
  • 00:19:25.687 --> 00:19:29.024
  • that connects us together.
  • 00:19:29.024 --> 00:19:30.892
  • That means you'regonna have less injury,
  • 00:19:30.892 --> 00:19:32.661
  • more shunt stability,
  • 00:19:32.661 --> 00:19:33.795
  • which makes you stronger,
  • 00:19:33.795 --> 00:19:35.664
  • and you're going tobe able to watch this,
  • 00:19:35.664 --> 00:19:37.332
  • balance your brainin the process.
  • 00:19:37.332 --> 00:19:39.534
  • So let's go aheadand get started.
  • 00:19:39.534 --> 00:19:41.003
  • And let's look at whatthe Nrgenics program does.
  • 00:19:41.003 --> 00:19:43.438
  • So first we're goingto use Katelyn here.
  • 00:19:43.438 --> 00:19:45.340
  • And she's gonna demonstratesome of the first exercises.
  • 00:19:45.340 --> 00:19:48.410
  • You can do this at home.
  • 00:19:48.410 --> 00:19:49.678
  • The first one we're going to do
  • 00:19:49.678 --> 00:19:51.313
  • is called a neurologicalcross crawl march.
  • 00:19:51.313 --> 00:19:54.249
  • So, let's go ahead andshow them that march.
  • 00:19:54.249 --> 00:19:56.718
  • You'll see she's bringing herknee up above the waist line.
  • 00:19:56.718 --> 00:20:00.222
  • The arm is completely straight.
  • 00:20:00.222 --> 00:20:02.524
  • She's in a continual flow.
  • 00:20:02.524 --> 00:20:04.793
  • And as she does this, youcan see that it's smooth
  • 00:20:04.793 --> 00:20:07.829
  • it's concise.
  • 00:20:07.829 --> 00:20:09.064
  • When she's doing thatit's warming up the body
  • 00:20:09.064 --> 00:20:12.100
  • in a neurological cross crawl,
  • 00:20:12.100 --> 00:20:13.735
  • and it's getting thebody ready to train.
  • 00:20:13.735 --> 00:20:16.972
  • So that's the firstmaneuver we do.
  • 00:20:16.972 --> 00:20:19.074
  • You can start withabout 15 of those.
  • 00:20:19.074 --> 00:20:20.942
  • And you wanna end updoing about maybe 50.
  • 00:20:20.942 --> 00:20:23.679
  • Now that doesn'tsound like much,
  • 00:20:23.679 --> 00:20:25.347
  • but if you try to domost of the 50 right now
  • 00:20:25.347 --> 00:20:27.449
  • you're gonna see you're gonnastart getting a lot of burning
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  • and tiring in those extremities.
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  • So the next exerciselooks just like that
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  • but it's stiffeningthe legs and the arms.
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  • So let's do the next exercise.
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  • And that's the stiffcross crawl march.
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  • And as she's doingthat you can see
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  • she's bringing the leg straightup above the waist line.
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  • Now this does somethingreally nice, okay.
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  • When she brings those up,
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  • bring this leg up,
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  • she's stretching thishamstring as you can see.
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  • You can put that down.
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  • So as she stretches that,
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  • that's so importantbecause most of the time
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  • when we're bending down,
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  • or sitting in our desks,
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  • remember to be able tobend down and be efficient,
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  • the hamstrings have to open up.
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  • When you sit at a desk all day,
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  • when you're ridingin cars all day,
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  • they become shortened.
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  • This helps to lengthenthose hamstrings, okay.
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  • So the next thing we'regoing to do after that
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  • is shoulder rolls.
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  • So, go ahead Katelyn, holdthose shoulder rolls out.
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  • And she's goingto do small rolls
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  • with her hands pointed down.
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  • And this stretches one partof the shoulder muscles.
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  • Working the cuff of the muscle.
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  • And then she'llturn the next five
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  • with her fingers pointed up.
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  • And that stretches theother part of the cuff.
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  • Okay.
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  • Then she'll take one stepforward, right there.
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  • And now she'll do that again.
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  • And then fingers up.
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  • Fingers up.
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  • And then step back.
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  • Very good.
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  • So then they next one she'll do,
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  • is she'll do a medium roll.
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  • So step out intothe medium roll.
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  • And the medium rollis just a bigger roll.
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  • And then hands up.
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  • Like that.
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  • Step back.
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  • Then she will do a full roll.
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  • Step forward.
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  • And you'll see that is nobending of the hands this time.
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  • You're just rollingthe shoulders,
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  • and getting full motion.
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  • And then she will reverse it.
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  • And then come back.
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  • All of those maneuvers.
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  • The small rolls, youtake one step forward,
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  • then another step forward,another step forward.
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  • Usually four steps upand four steps back.
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  • When you're going backwardsyou reverse the rolls.
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  • It's that simple.
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  • A small, a medium,and a large roll.
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  • And that opens upthe axial skeleton.
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  • That's where all your neckmuscles and things attach.
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  • So when you open that upit makes the neck freer,
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  • and loser, and more mobile.
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  • Talk about gettingrid of chronic pain.
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  • This one will really help theneck and the shoulders, okay.
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  • If you're having painjust go at a slow rate.
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  • Never work into painor through pain.
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  • Work around the pain.
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  • All right?
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  • So after we do this,
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  • now we're going to move into
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  • what we call thecross crawl stretch.
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  • So we'll step out intoa pose we call it.
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  • Go ahead and step outinto the cross crawl pose.
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  • You can see justlike she's walking,
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  • but she's opening up,she's leaning forward,
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  • bringing this arm back, andthis arm back at the same time.
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  • Which opens her up.
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  • And she's not fighting the body,
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  • she's leaning and stretching in
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  • where everythingopens up nicely.
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  • She'll do that about 10 secondsand then she'll come back
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  • and then do the other side.
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  • And then she'llopen this side up.
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  • And as she opens thisside up, the same thing,
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  • she's relaxing, leaningforward, not fighting,
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  • and pushing everything,getting everything open.
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  • Back to the center.
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  • Okay.
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  • Finally then, we'll do areverse cross crawl stretch.
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  • Where we lift the leg uplike this and hold it.
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  • Go ahead and holdthe leg up for us.
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  • And she will stretchand open herself up
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  • just like a bow and arrow.
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  • She'll open that up.
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  • Let's do the other side.
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  • She opens herself up,
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  • and then back down.
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  • There she's trying topoint her knee backwards,
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  • opening up.
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  • Because if you're walkinglike this all the time
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  • because you're constantlydoing anterior motions
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  • and exercises, you'llalways walk humped over.
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  • If you learn toopen yourself up,
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  • you'll walk uprightin a nice posture
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  • taking pressure off the spine.
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  • Now we're gonna go todo some stretching.
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  • And after you'rewarmed up like that
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  • you'll go downtowards your feet,
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  • and watch this, you'renot gonna go down,
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  • you'll go down andyou'll get stuck
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  • usually about right here.
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  • Let's go down Katelynand show them.
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  • We get stuck about right here.
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  • Now what we're gonna do
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  • is we're gonna put ourhands up on our legs,
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  • bend the knees just alittle bit, and relax.
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  • And as we relax,we're going to start
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  • and relaxing our hamstrings,
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  • and it let's us godown a little bit more.
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  • And then relax, and itgoes down a little more.
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  • The trick is to learnto relax the hamstrings
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  • as you go down.
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  • Then you can come up.
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  • The next stretch is wecross the right leg over
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  • bend the same left wrist back
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  • as we cross over theleg that we're on,
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  • and we do the sametype of stretch here.
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  • We cross over here,the other side.
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  • And we do the samestretch here the same way.
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  • And we come back upand the final stretch
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  • is a straddle stretch.
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  • Show them the straddle stretch.
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  • And when you come outyou'll wanna rest your hands
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  • on the insides of your legs,
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  • and go down towards a straddle.
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  • And do just like you didon the regular toe toucher.
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  • Then you can go down and lockyour elbows down like this.
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  • And come on back up.
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  • Okay.
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  • So that's the Nrgenics program.
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  • This is the basic warmup.
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  • I suggest you do it everyday.
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  • If you'll do this everyday,
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  • do the four for the core onthe days between those days,
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  • you're gonna havea complete program.
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  • Why not go ahead andstart doing it today?
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  • Where you can balance the brain,
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  • think clearer, stayfocused, move better,
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  • and most of all youcan stop the pain.
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