On this episode JD Boudreaux is joined by co-host Brian Soignier, as the duo visits with one of Brian’s mentors, Dr. Gary Gray. Gary received his initial education as a physical therapist in the mid-1970s. He immediately pursued additional training as an athletic trainer, personal trainer, and as a strength and conditioning coach. Realizing the common thread of creating transformational environments to enhance the lives of others being the science of movement, he developed the discipline of Applied Functional Science®. With his ongoing passion and mission of learning and sharing more, and with the goal of educating, empowering, and encouraging others through an appreciation of the wonderfully and fearfully made human body, Dr. Gray established the Gray Institute. Gary has been married to his 7th grade sweetheart (Cindi) since 1976 and has been blessed with two sons and daughter-in-loves (Brad and Shallon, Doug and Valerie) and six grandchildren (Denyon, Aryah, Calyx, Zion, Xyler, and Lawson). In this episode, Gary discusses a variety of topics including how he defines an athlete, his rationale when treating individual patients, his vision for the future of the physical therapy profession, and how he would like to be remembered. His tremendous experience combined with his vast knowledge of human movement provides many pearls of wisdom for all audience members throughout this episode.
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