If you’ve ever spent any time on the road, whether it be in a tour bus, traveling by air, or driving down the interstate in a 12 passenger van pulling a trailer, you know how all those miles can affect your body.
If you’ve ever spent any time on the road, whether it be in a tour bus, traveling by air, or driving down the interstate in a 12 passenger van pulling a trailer, you know how all those miles can affect your body. Dr. Casey Bearden shares with us how the wear and tear we put on ourselves can be a crucial component on whether or not we’re in shape, perform well on stage, have chronic health issues stemming from that bunk in a bus (and breathing all of that “shared air”) or worse yet, getting the majority of any quality sleep in a van or plane, and understanding that the extent of your exercise program is walking to and from the stage.
Dr. Bearden explains how to set up a maintenance program for your body, leading to a much healthier you as an artist, along with correcting the problems that affect your lifestyle and ability to be on stage 100%.
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