So kinesiology is a legitimate science and is also known as human kinetics or human movement. Applied kinesiology, however, bears about as much relation to medical science as I bear a relation to the puddle left over after an intense reverse-bukkake session. (Don’t Google if you haven’t heard this term. Trust me, you don’t want to know)
|This is not reverse-bukkake…|
But it gets worse, because the prop-magician applied kinesiology practitioners call themselves kinesiologists (omitting the applied part).
So let’s do a test. Is Kerry Rowett a kinesiologist or an applied kinesiologist? I know it’s really tough but think very hard and the subtle clues are there… (I think I’m very sarcastic. Not sure.)
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Apologies: Another nasty post attacking someone who sounds lovely. Sorry Kerry; I’m calling out your magical thinking. You are probably a great therapist and I’m a sort-of female entrepreneur so you would likely help me but maybe ditch the woo?
|Created by a man I’m guessing…|