The FML method has more meaning than Feel. Move. Live.
The FML method represents a way to help you become more aware of how small changes in the way you more or perform an exercise has big impacts on both the efficiency and effectiveness of that movement or exercise. It compliments every fitness class and possible exercise that you could ever want to perform. It isn't just about the WHAT, it's about the HOW!
This catchy (not so nice but can't help but laugh kinda way) acronym also represents many moments in my life. It represents those moments when you have a million and one things to do and your 2 year old starts puking...FML :( Those unplanned moments that send you for a loop (insert injury) and you have two choices on how you deal 1) to LOSE YOUR MIND or 2) laugh at it, deal with it and carry on because really what else can you do?
Everyone should have access to the knowledge of how to take care of their bodies and be confident in any daily task, without the fear of not being able to move the next day. On those hard days you can't drop a little 'FML' and carry on because you are at the start of a wonderful awareness journey in which there is no return!!
Everyone should have access to the knowledge of how to take care of their bodies and be confident in any daily task, without the fear of not being able to move the next day. Our clients biggest "Ah-Ha" moments are when they learn what is actually "supposed" to be happening in their bodies during an exercise, and that the "basic" cues that they have been doing (ie. breathing, engaging their core, setting their shoulders) are often hindering their exercises rather than helping them.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“The FML method has been life changing for my clients. As a personal trainer I've always felt there was a gap or disconnect between what I could see and how I could get my clients to connect their mind with movements. The simple cues from Jamie's many years of experience was the missing link I was looking for.
And the diaphragm work! I cannot say enough. This is exactly what my body was missing. After taking about 5 mins a day to incorporate this into my warm up I noticed big shifts. A nagging discomfort in my mid back that I had previously just always 'managed' no longer nagging! Digestion!! Improving this is a jug win overall happiness. And feeling stronger in my workouts from using my breath more efficiently.
WIN. WIN. WIN. WIN.”
— Charly Kelly, Personal Trainer