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Back Pain Relief With Fascial Maneuvers | Chris Kidawski
August 9 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm$39.00
BACK PAIN WORKSHOP – 1.5 Hours
Everyone has back pain in some form or another! Get some back pain relief tips with Fascial Maneuver techniques in this hands-on workshop.
Join Chris Kidawski – author of the “Pain Bibles” and Human Garage Fascial Maneuvers coach for this hour and a half workshop. Chris has a Masters in Kinesiology, has been a strength coach for 23 years, trained Navy Seals and other professional athletes, is a business owner, motivational speaker and self-published best-selling author.
This is part 2 of a 4 part series. Stay tuned for the others.
Knee Pain, Back Pain, Foot & Ankle, Head, Neck & Shoulder
What will you get?
- Fascial maneuver instruction specifically for back pain
- Q&A session answering your questions
- Chris’s e-book
- Full recording of the workshop
Recommended Tools Needed For This Workshop
#1 – Best Option: Pso-Rite® (50% off with this link), yoga block, softball, softball size mobility ball, and lacrosse ball
#2 – Medium Option: Yoga block or thick book, softball, softball size mobility ball, and lacrosse ball
#3 – Minimal Option: Foam roller, yoga block or thick book
- When: Wednesday – August 9th, 2023
- Time: 4:00pm Pacific | 5pm Mountain | 6pm Central | 7pm Eastern
(UTC/GMT -07:00 Hours) – Convert your time zone here
- Where: Live on Zoom
- Cost: $39 – get tickets below
- How long: 1.5 Hours
More about Chris Kidawski
Chris Kidawski has been in the health and fitness profession for over 17 years now.
His journey started in 1999 when he quit playing football for The University at
Buffalo and decided if he can’t be in the NFL, he was going to help people get there.
First, as a personal trainer at the Buffalo Athletic club, he noticed that his clients
were getting better results than others, AND he had a knack for programming
effectively as well. His boss Micah told him that if he really wanted to make a
difference he should become a Certified Strength and Conditioning specialist, which
His first job was as student strength and conditioning coach at the University at
Buffalo for two years where he was in charge of the women’s basketball team. After
achieving his bachelor’s in social science, he became a graduate assistant strength
coach at the University of Hawai’i where he worked with softball, baseball, women’s
soccer, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, football,
and earned his Masters in Kinesiology. During that time he was also an adjunct
professor instructing a kinesiology course on weightlifting. It was during this time
that Chris realized his ability to motivate and inspire others and often used essay’s
by Ralph Waldo Emerson, or poems from Walt Whitman to educate his athletes thus
developing their minds as well as their bodies.
After graduating, Chris was a freelance coach for the next five years, while also
working on Hickam air force base as a carpenter. In 2011 he was hired by Davone
Bess, wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins as a performance enhancement coach
and the head of his non-profit organization, The Bess Route Foundation. It was here
that he had the best of both worlds working on both the physical and mental side
simultaneously. Besides taking care of Davone’s strength and conditioning program,
and nutrition, Chris developed a mentorship program for Broward county schools
called 7 Ways to Change Your Mind where he and Davone held a 1-hour presentation
and then mentored the schools mentors for an hour. The program was wildly
successful and earned Davone the Walter Payton man of the year award for the
Dolphins, and also earned the foundation an award for best new program from
Sadly, Davone was traded to Cleveland in 2013 which forced Chris to go back to what
he knew best – getting people strong and fit! Chris became the head coach of a
CrossFit gym and ran it successfully before it was sold 8 months later and he was
relieved of his duties. Undaunted, he opened his own CrossFit Gym called CrossFit
Kismet, a term which means fate or destiny. It was here Chris’ talents really started
At CrossFit Kismet, Chris developed a fitness regimen that helped get people in
shape safely, and healed their injuries as well utilizing a series of mobility
techniques implicated before exercising. Through his monthly newsletter he delved
deeper into physiology, and psychology touching on topics such as intuition,
happiness, and forgiveness. Chris’ goal was to train the body, mind, and spirit and
achieved great success for over two years with this model, but soon he fell deeply in
love with writing and as fate would have it, he lost his lease when the shopping mall
his gym was in was sold and redeveloped into multi-family housing. Coaching now
took on a new form and in the past 8 months, Chris published two books and is
currently writing a third.
Sticking to this body, mind, and spirit model, his first book called The Death Of The
Diet is a book on correctly applying proper nutrition standards into your life. It’s not
a lose weight quick guide, or roller coaster fad diet; rather it is about eating what
you want at the correct times you’re supposed to eat it, and sticking to wholesome,
natural foods without chemicals or preservatives. He offers three guides which help
you with three main goals: weight loss, maintaining your weight and feeling good,
and lastly how to eat for performance.
Since then, Chris has written five more books on eliminating pain from the human
body. Based largely on his own experience opening up fascia and fixing injuries in
his own practice, he lays out a road map showing how the body is connected and
what to do to truly work towards opening the body, creating space so you can move
Chris just finished consulting with Pso-Rite, helping people better understand
how to use their products to eliminate their body aches and pain. Get 50% your Pso-Rite
at checkout here. He consults andspeaking on all facets of health and wellness to help people
live and feel better. His new goal is to never stop helping people open up their hearts, their minds, and
ultimately their lives.