Chasing Two Rabbits

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I saw this quote in a book the other day, and it really got me thinking:

“If you chase two rabbits, you will not catch either one.” – Proverb

I think it’s incredibly accurate for so many of you reading this right now. You have multiple symptoms–back pain and knee pain, for example–and you’re seeing a “back” specialist and a “knee” specialist. You’re attacking those symptoms separately, even though your body is a unit. Essentially, you’re chasing two rabbits. And as a result, you’re getting nowhere. Both symptom locations still hurt, and you’re getting frustrated.

The key to addressing both symptoms is to realize that they all have the exact same cause. Personally, I don’t believe you don’t have a “knee” issue and a “back” issue. Rather, I believe you have a posture issue. If you don’t believe me, go look in the mirror. Do you look like this?

Freddy Front View

If you don’t look like that picture, and let’s be honest…you don’t…then you’ve just found the cause of your pain–Congratulations! Your knee pain and back pain are multiple rabbits. Chase them both, and you will not catch either one. But stay focused on the root cause–the compromised posture–and you’ll be just fine. Choose today to stop chasing your rabbits and download our 4 Free E-cises to start your journey toward living a pain-free life!

QUESTION: What rabbits are you chasing?