Jen Esquer, DPT, PT, has been on a ruthless ongoing journey to learn about the body and movement since she was a child. She was a professional gymnast until age 16, studied yoga and pilates, studied physiotherapy, and is continuously exploring and learning more . is creator of and The Optimal Body Preventing Pain & Injury Optimizing Lives.

Dr. Jen is also the creator of The Mobility Method, which is designed to give the everyday person the opportunity to take themselves through a basic screening process and self-diagnose limitations. In addition, there are various modules to help individuals address their own personal needs, whether it be their neck, back, shoulders, etc.

In this episode, we talk about understanding the body conversation, how language affects epigenetics, why do you need to learn how to breathe and meditate, how do you start to learn, and much more.


– Doug and Anders

P.S. Check out the last time Dr. Jen was on the show: Learning to Appreciate Your Body w/ Jen Esquer #310.

Connect with Dr. Jen Esquer

Connect on social: InstagramFacebookYouTubeThe Mobility Method Instagram

Resources: Doc Jen FitThe Mobility Method

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Doug Larson Fitness

Doug’s new website is live! Check it out at

The Bledsoe Show

The Bledsoe Show (Mike’s personal show) is back! Check out new episodes and the new website at

Check out our FREE 50+ page OLYMPIC WEIGHTLIFTING GUIDE! Includes: The Basics, Sample Programming, Links to Technique Videos, and more!


Train smart,

Mike, Doug and Anders

The post Dr. Jen Esquer: The Biopsychosocial Model for Eliminating Pain, Bringing Language into Physical Therapy, and Epigenetics for Lifelong Wellness  — Barbell Shrugged #365 appeared first on Shrugged Collective.

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