Z Health

Z-Health is a cutting-edge exercise system that helps people improve their health, alleviate their pain, and maximize their athletic performance.
Most training systems focus on muscles via resistance training and flexibility exercises or on the heart and lungs through aerobic-work. Z-Health is much more evolved. Z-Health focuses on the nervous system: the ultra-high speed network that controls muscles, heart, AND lungs.

Created by Dr. Eric Cobb,
Z-Health’s nervous system-based exercise program explains how to:
-Eliminate your pain (often instantaneously)
Even if you’ve been told you’ll have to “live with it” for the rest of your life.
-Perform at your best as an athlete
Learn the key pieces of the training puzzle that have been holding you back.
-Enhance your health, energy, and vitality
Discover how to move and live with maximum energy on a daily basis.
-Prevent injuries
Life is a full-contact sport. An injury-resistant body is essential for living life to its fullest.
Clients of all ages (from 9 to 90) are training their body’s fastest reacting system through the unusual — yet surprisingly simple — movements of Z-Health. And they are seeing results … often in just minutes. It may sound like magic, but it’s not. It is just good science applied to body movement.

Pain Relief
Why Your Pain Won’t Go Away
If your shoulder’s killing you, the problem must be in your shoulder, right? Wrong!
Pain is just a symptom — a signal from your body that something has gone haywire and needs to be addressed.
If you have shoulder pain, your body is NOT saying, “I’ve hurt my shoulder.” It’s really saying, “Something in my body isn’t moving correctly and, as a consequence, it’s making my shoulder work way too hard.”
Frequently the reason pain lingers longer than it should is because your specialist — be it a doctor, physical therapist, or personal trainer — is trying to address the specific painful area, not the entire problem. The human body is a group of inter-dependent parts, and the entire body must be considered when dealing with any issue. That pain in your shoulder could be a problem in your hip, foot, hand, knee, or anywhere else you can imagine. The fact is, you’ll almost never solve the puzzle by focusing solely on the spot where it hurts!
In almost every case, musculoskeletal pain is the result of a body-wide movement problem. To show you the path to pain relief, Z-Health® takes a whole-body approach to identifying and fixing your movement problems. Fixing these movement problems creates amazingly fast, long-lasting changes, eliminating your pain and maximizing your performance.
For example, if your low back pain is actually caused by your fallen arches, Z-Health will give you pain-relief techniques for your lower back, as well as unique, powerful, fast-acting exercises to correct your foot problems. If, on the other hand, your lower back problem is coming from your stiff neck and bad posture, Z-Health will give you exercises to correct those issues instead.
Just The Facts
1. If you have a pain problem, you have a movement problem.
2. Your movement problem is almost certainly not where you are hurting.
3. To get out of pain permanently where you hurt, then you must fix your movement problem.
4. Because your specific movement problem can literally be anywhere, you need a precise, body-wide approach to finding and fixing it fast. Only Z-Health can do this.

Become The Athlete You Always Dreamed You Could Be
All athletes should be able to live up to their potential. Unfortunately, you often hear stories of good athletes who become injured or fail to make progress, which bring their careers to abrupt, early halts. This does not need to happen. Injuries and untapped potential are merely symptoms that something glaring is missing from their training world.
The missing piece? Mobility: Precise, controlled, dynamic mobility.
What To Do
To supercharge your training and performance, you must go back to basics. This does not mean pushing more weight in the gym, putting in more miles on the road, or hitting an extra bucket of balls.
It means developing the basics of good movement and ultra-precise body control.
Natural athletes are those exceptional people who easily move from one sport or activity to the next without missing a beat. You were built to be a natural athlete. You simply lack the movement ABC’s necessary to reach your full potential because of bad training, injury, habitual movement patterns, poor posture, and a host of other factors.
Z-Health® helps you fix all these problems — at lightning-speed — through targeted Dynamic Joint Mobility (DJM) training.
DJM training is exactly what it sounds like. It’s a system of joint-specific exercises designed to improve joint function, as well as overall body coordination, agility, and control. Done correctly, DJM training can make you stronger, faster, more flexible and mobile.
Here’s the critical point: to achieve maximum benefit, DJM training must be specific and it must hit every joint in the human body. Our bodies are completely integrated systems that are all interdependent, so you have to train the whole body to be mobile and coordinated.
Specific DJM work, done the Z-Health way, bombards your nervous system with the information it needs to take your athletic performance from average on your best day, to outstanding on your average days.

Train Like An Athlete — Even If You Don’t Consider Yourself One
There’s a huge gulf between how high-level athletes train and what the rest of us do for health, fitness, and performance. Elite-level athletes spare no expense in seeking out the “best of the best” to help them train and improve. This makes perfect sense because they make a living with their bodies. But here’s a little secret … so do you!
Even if you work in an office and your “playing field” is the keyboard and mouse, you still must use your body to support your family. Much like any professional athlete, you cannot afford to be hurt or take off work for long periods of time. More importantly, you can’t afford to have low energy and vitality day after day. It simply costs too much.
Everyone is an athlete.