Dr. Jeremy James highlights some simple and effective movements to get blood flowing and improve posture from all of the time we are spending sitting and at computers during this time.
FITFOREVER is the newest program by PROJECTFOREVER.
As 2020 has indeed proven to be an unrelenting year of challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, government mandated quarantines, the economic collapse, and more, now more than ever, Americans are realizing the importance of maintaining a healthy and fit lifestyle.
Dr. Jeremy James was interviewed by WFLA Channel 8 in Tampa. He helps a woman through a series of exercises for older adults based on his FITFOREVER Program.
October 26, 2020
Written by Magdalena Munao
In a year of unforeseen challenges, Americans are realizing now more than ever the importance of staying active to maintain physical health.
“Following a physical training program designed specifically for golf is the most important thing you can do to improve your game.”
GOLFFOREVER in an interactive tutorial from noted back specialist Dr. Jeremy James that can help both golfers and non-athletes follow simple steps to alleviate back pain.
Twelve-time PGA Tour winner Justin Leonard and chiropractor and pain specialist/author Dr. Jeremy James have teamed up to create the safest, most effective online golf exercise and training program available today
For too many, complaining of back pain on the 19th hole is just another part of the game. GOLFFOREVER members gain access to hundreds of exclusive, step-by-step videos that help each person achieve their goals and play pain-free, physically-empowered golf.
There are so many gimmicks golfers spend thousands of dollars on every year, yet when it comes to the most important tool to playing great golf – your body – many don’t ever address it or even know where to start.”
Dr. Jeremy James, who lives and practices in Aspen, has spent a lot of time working on golfers. He’s a specialist in chronic back and neck pain, which it turns out can be trouble areas for anyone trying to swing a club.