Jayme Richardson was banged up from so many injuries that he was living in chronic pain.
After getting bad advice from a physio about his shoulder pain, he realized that most follow a common approach for pain management that doesn’t go skin deep.
Many also let their personal bias towards lifting and training influence how they treat a client…
And overlook triggering factors such as daily habits, well-being, mindset, and just focus on preventing clients from freaking out.
This inspired Jayme to find a better way to deal with pain for himself and for his clients at his fitness consulting business in Newcastle.
Jayme’s approach is to find the real root cause of their client’s problems and work their way up from there so that they can live happy and pain-free lifestyles.
I identify with Jayme because we’re both big on good daily habits, accountability as coaches, and the importance of getting help.
We’ve touched on so many points on the topic of pain management in this episode.
If this is what you’re currently going through…
Hit the play button now because this might be something that could help you out.
- A problematic shoulder [01:01]
- Sometimes a degree is not always enough [02:35]
- Discovering the wrong diagnosis [05:36]
- The connection between mental and physical state [07:44]
- The effect of physical chronic pain on our personal relationships [12:44]
- How to tell if you’re getting the right diagnosis and treatment [15:34]
- Dry needling– yay or nay? [18:24]
- Managing clients dealing with pain [20:54]
- Why you shouldn’t overlook strengthening the hip flexors [24:28]
- Jayme Richardson on reaching out to the program [27:38]
- Effects of cutting gluten and dairy [31:49]
- Choosing foods that agree with you and thoughts on calorie counting [34:14]
- Accountability is an underestimated part of coaching [38:38]
- You train what you pay for [41:07]
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About My Guest
Jayme Richardson is the owner and founder of Australian Fitness Consulting in Newcastle, Sydney. A team of fitness professionals with over 10 years of experience in health clubs of every business model in the world. He has a passion for helping all his clients to achieve their financial, health and fitness goals.