Eliminate Pain | Improve Flexibility & Mobility | Precision Movement

By Coach E

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 do the things they love, better.


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.

Latest Articles

3 Best Medial Epicondylitis Exercises
Golfers elbow got you stuck in the sand? The right medial epicondylitis exercises can help get back on the greens - and stronger than ever.
Are Pull Ups Good for Shoulders and Hand Grip Strength?
It's commonly thought that Pull ups are good for shoulders and hand grip strength, but it's not always the case.
4 Step Golfers Elbow Treatment Plan
When elbow pain keeps you off the greens, you need a golfers elbow treatment plan. I’ll teach you the 4 steps to follow to treat the issue properly so you can get back out there.
Carpal Tunnel Symptoms and Treatment Options
Are you researching carpal tunnel symptoms and worried that you might have to have surgery? Here’s what you need to know including treatments that may help you avoid the knife.
Prone Alternating Reach Tutorial
Try the Prone Alternating Reach if you want to improve these two important factors for healthy shoulders: thoracic spine mobility and overhead shoulder mobility.
How to Treat and Prevent De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis
Too much texting causing you thumb pain? Learn how to treat De Quervain’s tenosynovitis before the pain starts to inhibit more than just time on your phone.