A Program for all Experience Levels
Engineering Your Body: Gluteal edition consists of information and instruction for people of all experience levels whether you’ve been working strengthening your muscles for years or if you’ve never touched a barbell. This book will benefit you by dramatically transforming your running or lifting from a painful endeavor to a pleasurable form of exercise.
A Program Based on Facts
This book was written based off of cold, hard facts. These are not opinions or ideas made up on a whim. The information in this book was provided by an absolute expert who has studied the ins and outs of anatomy, biomechanics, injury prevention, effective treatment methods, and more.
Dr. Baird has dramatically relieved my really painful Plantar Fasciitis. I am no longer limping and last night I walked a mile with no repercussions or remorse. My plantar battle was really bad and I was not able to get rid of it on my own. I feel incredibly lucky that I was referred to Dr. Sandy.” M.M. - Weightlifter, Runner
M.M. – Weightlifter, Runner
You will learn about what causes things like runners knee or dead-butt syndrome and then you will be given the tools to take action, to move in the direction of less pain and improved performance!
Dr. Sandy Baird, DC is an expert in biomechanics and healthy movement, specializing in sports injury prevention.
“In my first career as a civil engineer, I designed and constructed bridges, roads, and buildings. It was always fascinating to me how the different layers of materials intertwined and interacted with each other to create a strong and stable structure. And in my current career as a sports chiropractor, I see many similarities between the human body and a well-designed building, as the structure of each really drives its function.
I love the the freedom of movement that comes when my muscles and joints are functioning optimally. Over the years I’ve collected tons of tips and techniques that I share with my patients so that they can be active participants in their recovery from running and lifting injures.
I love teaching self-care strategies that help people prevent injuries and improve their running performance. I want to share my love and passion with the world. That’s what this program is about. This program will teach corrective exercises best practices to any skillset.”