The Fitness Integrated Science on-demand subscription service is designed to help you achieve and maintain muscle health. Nationally recognized Muscle Activation Techniques MATRx Full Body Specialist, Certified Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, and Certified Yoga Instructor E-RYT 500 Lauren Eirk, MS provides a thorough, biomechanically-based approach to help your pinpoint your weak areas, correct strength imbalances, reduce pain and inflammation, and restore mobility.
Monthly members have access to hundreds of premium workout videos including Isometric Training, Muscle Focused Workouts, Strength-Based Yoga, Pilates and Barre. Improve muscle weakness with Therapeutic Routines, Strength and Conditioning, Chronic Pain Solutions, Body Weight Workouts, Challenges, and more. Members also enjoy free access to Fitness Integrated Science’s private Facebook group for additional support, LIVE weekly classes, weekly programs and Coaching Guides, motivation, and education.
Dealing with Back pain on a daily basis can be a huge challenge. Conventional methods include stretching, trying to strengthen the abdominal muscles, and various medical interventions. In this video, learn several basic Yoga isometrics that can bring about a tremendous amount of relief in the body. Lauren will show you some simple isometric exercises using common Yoga positions to get your muscles working again. Practice this video often and you will notice a big change in your body!
If you are suffering with Chronic pain in the foot due to arthritis, improper shoes, long periods of standing, and other neurological issues, these exercises can be an answer. Practice various seated and standing mobility exercises to improve foot and ankle strength in all available planes of mot...
Learn about the condition called Sciatica and other reasons for sciatic pain that can cause pain, tightness, and even numbness from the hip to the foot. Sciatic issues commonly affect one leg, causing the stronger leg to compensate.
In this video, you will need a chair for support and two yog...
The knee joint, called a "hinge" joint, bends and straightens but can become stressed or injured with muscle weakness and compensation from nearby joints. In this workout, you will learn about the knee joint and practice many therapeutic exercises to help keep your knee more stable.