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Eliminate pain.
Heal & prevent injuries.
Improve mobility.

Whether you're into CrossFit, running, golf or martial arts, we help active people like you get back to and keep doing the things you love, better.

What is Precision Movement?

Our MISSION is to help active people eliminate pain, heal and prevent injuries and
improve mobility so they can get back to and keep doing the things they love.

Self-Assessments

Instead of a one-size-fits-all approach, we've created simple yet powerful assessments to figure out precisely what you need to improve your body.

Personalized Exercises

You'll receive personalized exercises and techniques based on your assessment that precisely target your specific issues and goals.

Clear Instruction

Time is limited, which is why our content gives you clear and precise instructions so you leave with a plan of exactly what to do and how to do it.

What Others Are Saying About Precision Movement:

"I’m in my third month of Spine Control and feeling so much better after years of chronic back pain, surgery and all sorts of therapies. It’s quite wonderful and empowering to be moving and feeling better, and I can’t wait to discover how I’m doing in a year!

I am enjoying the ROM Coach app features including the daily movement routines and mini-programs very much. It’s very easy to feel overwhelmed with all of the online information, exercises and programs re: moving and living without pain, and you’ve come up with a truly sustainable, innovative and highly efficient way to address such issues in a simple and user-friendly format.

Thank you to everyone at Precision Movement for your tremendous contribution to functional fitness. It is apparent that you have put considerable time, thought and effort into your programs and platforms!"

ELIZABETH  //  Followed Spine Control

"My knees, hips, and ankles feel 100x better than they did before finding Precision Movement. I have struggled a lot with a lot of foot pain.


I feel like my feet have gone from being practically frozen to much more mobile and I continue many of the exercises to wake up my foot muscles and teach my brain to move my toes on a daily basis!

I’m so grateful to Coach E and Dr. B. I finally feel like I have found “the solution” and in a way that is doable, affordable and accessible. It’s the best feeling ever. Eric’s video tutorials and program videos are spot on!"

ELISE  //  Followed Hip Control

"Firstly thanks for all the great resources your putting out there! Really high quality stuff, and I for one am really grateful! I’m just coming to the end of the TFL pain solution. To cut a long story short, I’ve had pain in my left hip for some 6 years, and have seen various physios, tried all kinds of exercises and techniques with only limited and temporary success.

I came across your program and what I read made sense! No one had previously talked about the TFL and the role it might be playing. But it explained so much of what I was experiencing! So I’ve run the program and experienced some real improvements as well as understanding my body lot better."

SIMON  //  Followed TFL Pain Solution

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Increase Ankle Dorsiflexion 4 Exercises for Mobility & Stability

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Ankle dorsiflexion is an important range of motion and ankle dorsiflexion exercises can improve ankle mobility and stability to prevent injury.

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lower back pain From the Deadlift

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Has lower back pain become a part of your deadlift training? While some soreness after weight training is to be expected, lower back pain simply is not a normal after-effect..

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This exercise that will train the deep hip dynamic stabilizers for their primary function to optimize mobility and movement longevity.

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shoulder blades down and back

Movement Myth #3: Shoulder Blades Down and Back

Here’s why keeping your shoulders down and back for every upper body exercise is WRONG, and what to do instead for healthy, pain-free shoulders.

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pushing through heels when squatting

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The popular cue to keep your knees behind toes during exercises like squats and lunges is misguided and can actually hurt you.

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