Just been to the printer and picked up 50 copies of my new book, Fix Back Pain. I'm as pleased as punch.
I've been slaving away at it all January; had a heap more drawings done and added chapters on neck pain, shoulder pain, wrist pain, hip pain, knee pain and calf, Achilles and shin pain.
It's looking good and will form the basis of revisions to the ebooks available from www.globalbackcare.com and the CrookBack Clinic practitioner's training program.
The insight I had while writing it was that you can't fix a fitness problem with a medical solution.
A very high proportion of musculo-skeletal dysfunction is personally generated by bodies that are weak and tight.
In a way that's good news because you can loosen and strengthen your body off without much effort.
In fact most of the exercises to loosen your body can be done in front of the TV, either sitting up or lying down.
On the track
Got up early to finish some work off and went for a run around 8am.
Did the full Namatjira run this morning in 24.01. I reckon it must be close on 4km, so it's not quite in the Ron Clarke class, but it's getting better and Achilles is holding up.
In the meantime stay tuned, highly tuned and don't try to fix fitness problems with medical solutions.