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Beginner’s Guide to Shoulder Mobility

Beginner’s Guide to Shoulder Mobility

When your shoulder mobility is limited, it can be challenging to do the things you love. It can make things like reaching overhead into a tall cabinet, reaching back to the backseat of your car, or doing your hair difficult or nearly impossible. It can also make...

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Movement Advice From A Physical Therapist

Movement Advice From A Physical Therapist

If I could give you one piece of advice for your movement practice over time it’s this: Make sure you’re moving in new & different ways regularly. A big part of mobility work is increasing the options you have for movement. It’s not just about being flexible...

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Signs You’re Checking In With Your Body Too Much

Signs You’re Checking In With Your Body Too Much

I am a big proponent of developing regular practices to check-in with our bodies. It’s a skill that is needed now more than ever as we are regularly bombarded with all the ways we can check out & dissociate (something that can feel much better than the initial...

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Should You Have A Stretching Routine?

Should You Have A Stretching Routine?

Should You Have A Stretching Routine? Stretching has been around for many years, and its popularity has ebbed and flowed depending on the era. In recent years, stretching has become viewed as ‘useless’, and some fitspos have gone so far to say that it can ‘kill your...

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5 Exercises To Prepare Your Body For Hiking

5 Exercises To Prepare Your Body For Hiking

Hiking is one of my personal favorite ways to get some physical activity in. It’s a great form of exercise, which entails all the usual exercise benefits, and it also gets you outside- a double whammy for goodness for your body. It also happens to be a favorite...

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Working Out While Injured

Working Out While Injured

One of the most common questions my clients often ask is whether or not they should try to work out when they are injured or experiencing a pain flare-up. My answer is almost always an astounding YES, for a few reasons described below. Of course there are some...

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What Is IAP And How It’s Related To Core Stability

What Is IAP And How It’s Related To Core Stability

If you’ve been around fitness for any given time, you’ve definitely heard about core stability, and you probably were told often that you need to “brace your core” or “activate your core”. If you’ve been in the lifting world, you’ve probably gone a step further and...

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Signs You’re Checking In With Your Body Too Much

4 Key Benefits of Prioritizing Breathwork

Breathwork is not a new concept - the idea has been around for centuries. But it has gained increasing popularity over the recent years as more people have discovered the power behind it. It’s something I implement in homework for every client I work with (if they are...

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Learning The Language Of Your Body, Part 3

Learning The Language Of Your Body, Part 3

If you’ve missed the first 2 posts in this series, check them out here: Part 1: An Intro to Learning the Language of Your Body Part 2: What Learning the Language of Your Body Really Entails In part 3, we’re going to bring it all together, by drawing the link between...

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Learning The Language Of Your Body, Part 2

Learning The Language Of Your Body, Part 2

What exactly is the language of your body? What does that really mean? Our bodies are how we experience life. They are the longest relationship we will ever have. Like every relationship, there has to be communication. The way our bodies speak is through sensations;...

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Learning the Language of Your Body Part 1: The Intro

Learning the Language of Your Body Part 1: The Intro

I’ll be honest - I have a list of other topics I had planned to write about before this. But no matter what I did, I kept having this gnawing feeling that we need to go a little deeper. Beyond just another blog about core stability or glute strength. I am an INFJ...

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Working Out While Injured

Hamstring Exercises (Beyond Deadlifts & Hip Thrusts)

I love a good deadlift or hip thrust variation. They can be phenomenal for training your hamstrings. AND they are not the only ways to strengthen your hamstrings. Over the years, I have found most of my clients benefit from including additional hamstring work that...

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Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs)

Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs)

Step #1 in taking care of your joints is doing the thing that takes care of your joints directly and specifically. And that looks like a daily movement routine or daily movement practice, with the intention of moving each joint through its full range of motion (all...

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The SAID Principle & Mobility Training

The SAID Principle & Mobility Training

The gains you make are directly related to the things you do. Your body gets better at whatever you do. We use this idea to guide our training, so we can stimulate changes in our bodies that we want. You want to get strong? Lift heavy. You want to grow muscle?...

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Hi, I'm Dr. Jen Hosler.

I’m a bookworm, science nerd, and coach of all things movement (physical therapist and strength & mobility coach). You can catch me sleeping in & having a slow morning, doing CARs & lifting heavy things, or sipping a glass of wine on my time off.

Through a blend of strength & mobility training, I’ll help you master your movement & build a more resilient body that won’t hold you back from all the activities you love doing.

1:1 Mobility Coaching

Have a nagging ache, pain, or injury that just hasn’t gone away? Maybe you’ve tried bouts of physical therapy or chiropractic care without much success. Or maybe you’ve done your own research and rehab with the help of social media, but you still aren’t feeling 100%. That’s where I come in – with my personalized asssessment and 1-on-1 programming, I will tailor a plan specific to your individual needs so you can feel better and tackle your goals.

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Develop maximum body control, flexibility, and usable ranges of motion (mobility). Our online Mobility Membership provides you with all the resources you need to address your weak links, maximize your joint health, and overcome longstanding injuries & pains that are holding you back from enjoying the active life you love. Learn about your body while you’re training so you can become a movement expert! This is the next best option to working with me directly.