The "Hidden Survival Muscle" In Your Body 

The "Hidden Survival Muscle" In Your Body  Missed By
Modern Physicians That Keep Millions Of Men And Women
Defeated By Pain, Frustrated With Belly Fat, And Struggling

To Feel Energized Every Day…
Feel Energized Every Day


Dear Friend,

You train hard, you eat well…it should be enough to keep you in good health and physically and emotionally strong.
physically and emotionally strong


Yet, there is a danger lurking in our bodies that are not only hidden from us… but which even doctors are failing to identify.

It affects nearly everybody, no matter how active or sedentary you are, or how old or young you are.

This problem affects not only our body but our whole well-being.






And when I tell you what it is, you'll be shocked…

… because it's tight hip flexors.

You see, our hip flexors are the engine through which our body moves. They control balance, our ability to sit, stand, twist, reach, bend, walk, and step.
They control balance, our ability to sit, stand, twist, reach, bend, walk, and step


Everything goes through the hips.


And when our hip flexors tighten it causes a lot of problems in ordinarily healthy and active people, like us.









INTRODUCING THE BODY'S MOST POWERFUL,
PRIMAL MUSCLE… … THAT YOU'VE NEVER HEARD OF


Let Alone Trained!

Your hips are the bridge between your upper body and the lower body. They are at the center of your body's movement.
ODY'S MOST POWERFUL,  PRIMAL MUSCLE


Sitting within the well of your hip and lower spine is the psoas major muscle, one of the two muscles that make up the iliopsoas.

It’s often called the "mighty" psoas (pronounced so-az) for the many important functions it plays in the movement of your body.

The psoas is the only muscle in the human body connecting the upper body to the lower body.

The muscle attaches to the vertebrae of the lower spine, moves through the pelvis, and connects to a tendon at the top of the femur. It also attaches to the diaphragm, so it’s connected to your breathing, and upon it sits all the major organs.

A functioning psoas muscle creates a neutral pelvic alignment, stabilizes the hips, supports the lower spine and abdomen, supports the organs in the pelvic and abdominal cavity, and gives you greater mobility and core strength.

When it functions well, it has the power to…

… help you achieve peak performance day after day after day.
… rapidly drop ugly body fat that stubbornly clings to your body.
… train harder, heavier, and gain strength faster than you thought possible.
… hit your peak of sexual health.
… flood your mind and body with renewed energy and vigor.
Put simply, this muscle is the core of activity in your body. So, when it's out of balance or if the psoas tightens, there are serious consequences that flow throughout the body.


And there's one activity, in particular, that's the sworn enemy of your psoas muscle…




THE NO.1 ACTIVITY THAT'S MAKING YOU WEAKER,

FATTER AND IS KILLING YOUR SEX LIFE


KILLING YOUR SEX LIFE
It may be the most harmless activity known to man, but it's also one of the biggest dangers to your health.
Even if you're the most active of athletes, you may still suffer from a tight psoas due to the amount of time you spend each day planted to a chair.


Weakness, shortening, and tightness develops in the muscle
 poor sleep posture, and even stress and tension
through sitting for extended periods of time, poor sleep posture, and even stress and tension.


HERE ARE 3 WAYS THAT SITTING IS KILLING YOUR PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL HEALTH:

BULGING BELLY SYNDROME


Wonder why your stomach still sticks out even though you’re
BELLY SYNDROME
hammering the core exercises every day? It's a common myth that bulging belly is due to weak abdominal muscles. The real cause is likely to be tight psoas muscles, which cause the lower back to curve pushing out the stomach. When the psoas works properly it pulls the abdomen back tucking the tummy in, giving you a strong, flat stomach.


FAT LOSS INHIBITOR


As the body's "fight or flight" muscle, your psoas is deeply connected to our natural survival instinct. It instantly tightens in
FAT LOSS
moments of danger to either protect you (in a fetal position) or help you run, fueled by the release of adrenaline. However, if your psoas is constantly tight, it signals to the body you are in constant danger, leading to overworking of the adrenal glands. When this happens, your immune system suffers and your body automatically switches into fat storing mode in anticipation of danger. Can’t shift that weight? Blame your hips also known as your "survival muscle".

LACK OF SEXUAL PERFORMANCE


Sitting all day causes your hips to become stuck in a forward thrust
LACK OF SEXUAL PERFORMANCE
position. This leads to pulling on the lower back and decreased blood flow and circulation through the hips and to where it matters.










About the Creator Rick Kaselj
Creator Rick Kaselj

Rick Kaselj specializes in exercise rehabilitation and fitness. He works in one-on-one and group rehabilitation settings, educating and training people who have been injured at work, in car accidents, and during sports activities.

Rick has combined his rehabilitation experience and passion for research to develop a variety of courses and presentations for fitness professionals, Kinesiologists, and healthcare providers. Rick has given over 302 presentations to 5897 fitness professionals across Canada and the USA.  These courses include:


  • Core stability of the shoulder
  • Exercise rehabilitation for the shoulder, lower back, hip, or knee
  • Foam roller essentials
  • Intro and advanced core stability
  • Intro and advanced stability ball exercises
  • Postural assessment and exercise prescription
  • Injury-free running
  • Save your shoulders
  • Training for better golf


Rick strives to balance his work life with his personal fitness endeavors and travel. He has trained for and competed in the Manitoba Marathon, the 225 km Ironman Canada Triathlon, and the 160 km Sea2Summit Adventure Race in Whistler, BC.
Sea2Summit Adventure Race in Whistler



He has hiked 4,300 km along the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada and mountain biked the 5,000 km Great Divide Mountain Bike Route over the Rocky Mountains from Mexico to Canada. An avid traveler, Rick has toured three continents and visited 17 countries.



In 1997 he graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. Rick recently completed his Masters of Science degree focusing on corrective exercise and therapeutic exercise for the rotator cuff.  Rick currently works as a lecturer, Kinesiologist, personal trainer, writer of exercise rehabilitation and exercise rehabilitation specialist in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.