If you’ve been following me for a while, you may know that my framework for exercise is built upon four pillars: stability, strength, aerobic efficiency, and anaerobic performance.

Stability is truly the cornerstone upon which your strength, your aerobic performance, and your anaerobic performance relies. And when it comes to working on any of the other pillars, stability is critical for doing so safely.

Below is a compilation of clips, articles, and podcasts specifically discussing stability. My hope is that this content can serve as helpful resources to dive deeper into this topic and support how stability can help you along your ongoing longevity journey.

The important connection between the ribs and breathing

This video clip is from podcast #131 — Beth Lewis: The Art of Stability — which was originally released on October 5, 2020.

Is there such a thing as “bad posture”?

“The only time it’s bad posture is when you don’t have another option.” —Beth Lewis 

Peter on Stability — The foundation of the 4 exercise components

This clip is from “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode #12, originally released on February 10, 2020. If you’re a member,…

#152 – Michael Rintala, D.C.: Principles of Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS)

If you have good programming, dosing, loading, timing, recovery, and on top of that, you have amazing body awareness and cortical function, you’re going to see longevity and you’re going to see nice quality of movement.” –Michael Rintala

#145 – AMA #19: Deep dive on Zone 2 training, magnesium supplementation, and how to engage with your doctor

In this “Ask Me Anything” (AMA) episode, Peter and Bob take a deep dive into zone 2 training. They begin…

#131 – Beth Lewis: The Art of Stability: Learning about pain, mitigating injury, and moving better through life

“The only time it’s bad posture is when you don’t have another option.” —Beth Lewis

#92 – AMA #12: Strategies for longevity (which don’t require a doctor)

“If you are interested in longevity, if you are interested in playing with your great grandkids, you want to prioritize muscle mass. Never in the history of civilization has a 90 year old said, ‘I wish I had less muscle.’” —Peter Attia

#63 – AMA #7: Exercise framework, deadlifting, lower back pain, blood pressure, nootropics, CGM, and more

“The single greatest risk to my longevity is my lower back.” —Peter Attia

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