Starting in January 2021 I hit a new fitness extra hard, doing two programs at a time, one being core focused the other being full body and then arm focused.
However, after 3 months, the pain I had previously thought I had defeated through mobility exercises crept back in. One day I realized I couldn't keep going like this.
So, I messaged my friend Dr. Chris Cueto AKA The Stick Doc, a fellow martial artist, who then invited me in for a consultation that has since changed my life.
Being able to perform movement means so much to me. I'm a professional stunt performer for film and television, and I am also a personal trainer who focuses on movement and martial arts coaching through my company SAGA Action Arts.
Strength, mechanics and proper body "building" has been a source of inspiration my entire adult life. So much so that I'm currently working towards a second career of coaching fitness and corrective exercise.
One of my biggest goals in life is to be educated enough to help people feel better in their everyday lives. Dr. Cueto hasn't just been helping me rebuild my body, he's been a gracious and thorough educator for someone who also wants to grow to help others.
I highly believe you should only teach others something you have personally experienced yourself. This is a philosophy that Dr. Cueto also believes in, as an experienced martial artist who knows what so many of us athletes put ourselves through on a daily basis.
This has seriously helped me integrate the work we're doing far more mindfully into my every day life and personal training - for both myself and my clients!
With that said, I not only highly recommend them for the every day person getting healthy, but I absolutely endorse them if you are a personal trainer, martial arts teacher or physical fitness instructor of ANY variety who is looking to learn more about what you do to better serve your own clients and students.
And if it's not apparent enough already, I 200% endorse Dr. Chris Cueto and Herald Square Chiropractic and Sport.
Do you need some body work done? Go there and tell them Dylan the Stunt Guy sent you.