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YO! This is a great interview with Bobby Baum of Baum Therapy out of Reno.

In my travels as I share my message of health, NOW from an off grid, over-landing, and boondocking perspective I call Operation Rewild, I had a chance to do some talks with BLM Fire up in Reno, and also connect with some other health professionals.

Bobby Baum is a sports massage therapist among many other things, and he shares his insights and tips for living a better, pain free life.
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Big takeaways from this discussion:

  • Pay attention to the things that inspire you and make you feel good. This could be a clue into what you could do as one of your passions! Bobby Baum started young watching his chiropractic mother work on and heal others. This planted a seed for him to want to do the same.
  • Always evolve, don’t stay stagnant. Bobby is always seeking uncomfortableness to push his boundaries of learning and experience.
  • Icing can be useful, in moderation.
  • Seek mentors. Don’t be afraid to say you don’t know and have a network you can refer people to.
  • Be a bridge to others. Be a bridge for the people you care about and work with to find the support they need.
  • Keep moving. All day every day.
  • Break up stagnant positions. Take breaks throughout the day. Set alarms!
  • Pay attention to how your body is stacking. Check-in with yourself from time to time.
  • Exaggerate big chest and supinating palms. As often as you can remember.
  • PVC pipe shoulder pass throughs are great.
  • Psoas muscle. Learn to work it!
  • Find good examples of  movement that you can “xerox.”

Paul C. Tijerina

Paul C. Tijerina | BS MFT CPT NLP | Nutritional Therapist & ATAVIST Life Coach