Media Links

  1. The online magazine makes its living tracking down the freshest gear available. Have a peak at what they said about the Mad Skills Exercise Encyclopedia.

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  1. When Mad Skills first came out, the Oregonian newspaper sent a reporter over to write a scoop about the book. After the interview, we opened our backyard garage gym for an impromptu photo shoot. Check out the rings, parallettes, and our massive plyo box!                                                                                                                                                                                 Screen Shot 2016-06-13 at 11.22.54 AM
  1. The American Physical Therapy Association asked me to write a short article about why I chose physical therapy as a career path. In this piece, you’ll find a quick summary of my background, as well as an endearing story about an experience I had with a client.                                                                                                                                                                                    DSC_0246
  1. When it was live, Justin Goodhart’s MoveSmart podcast was one of my favorite things to listen to while walking through the neighborhood. He always had heavy hitting guests on the show, talking shop about movement, health, and fitness. It was a huge honor to be interviewed, and in this episode we explore the need for variation in your movement practice.

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  1. The Portland Monthly magazine did a highlight with me following the launch of Parkour Strength Training. Besides the cool pictures, you’ll find a discussion of the difference between parkour and gymnastics, as well as the need to be able to fall well.

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  1. Are you a capable civilian? Do you have the physical training to reach those who might need of your aid or protection? This was a fun interview I did with Alex of the Capable Civilian podcast. We talk about the correlation between martial arts and parkour, and why everyone should have a basic competence with obstacle-based movement.


  1. When not talking about movement, my second favorite topic of discussion revolves around entrepreneurship. I’ve launched multiple businesses and I’ve had my fair share of failures over the past few years. I’ve also hit a few homeruns. In this podcast, Paul Potter and I talk about physical therapy, self-publishing, and the many opportunities that are available for go-getters.

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8. Who doesn’t love Kelly Starrett? I can’t think of another physio who has done more to inform the public about self-care and injury prevention than he has. Have fun listening to this episode of his MWOD podcast, where he and I talk shop about physical therapy and parkour.