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Austin2

Creating Lasting Adaptations (Part 3)

Austin Einhorn   Few exercises magically “transfer” to sports betterment, despite all of us wishing they would. Simply doing “monster walks” in your pregame routine ...
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Austin1

Creating Lasting Adaptatons (Part 2)

Austin Einhorn   If you’re here, you already read parts one and two, knowing why this five-tiered framework matters so much and why we start ...
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Door

Creating Lasting Adaptations (Part 1)

Austin Einhorn   So you want to help an athlete move a different way—a tweak of their squat or forehand. Whatever it is, you need ...
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A Spectrum of Teaching Styles

Alex Sporticus   “Teaching needs to be deliberate as we don’t want to succeed at random, but we want to gain a deeper understanding of ...
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Marsspinf

Combat is Dance

Margot Ciccarelli     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Margot Ciccarelli (@margotciccarelli)    
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Mig1

Play as the Path

Miguel Viero   There was a time when childhood was permeated by the freedom to explore, create, and play. In this magical world, children were ...
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Darkfinger

A Taxonomy of Triggers (Part 2)

Dave Wardman   Properly understood the different classes and orders of triggering should yield a few key insights: 1) there are different classes of trigger. ...
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Fingeraq

A Taxonomy of Triggers (Part 1)

Dave Wardman   The observation of ‘trending’ phenomena on social media is essentially a study of the currents of a disenchanted sea or ocean. Categories ...
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Ppside

Opening & Integrating the Lateral Line

Phaon Phipat          
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Vibe

Vibrations & Frequencies

Jennifer Pilotti     Cells vibrate. Which is weird, when you really think about it, because it means that you are literally vibrating, all of ...
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Garyscap

When “Back & Down” Doesn’t Cut It

Gary Stockdale     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Gary Stockdale (@gfunctional)  
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Boots

We Want What We See (Or Once Were)

Catherine Cowey   Bigger, better, faster, stronger this is what we hear on the daily. The incessant call to accomplish more, and push harder echoes ...
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Ap

Updating Stability-Mobility Patterns

Jordan Terry     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Adaptable Polarity (@adaptable_polarity)  
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Fired

Roundtable #14 – Firing Clients

What is your experience with firing a student/ client? Have you either fired or REALLY wanted to fire a client or student? Did you go ...
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Less

The Space for Curiosity (& Excitement)

Nick Konow       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by N I C K K O N O W (@worldmvmnt) ...
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Practice

What is the Function of a Movement Practice?

Jason Round           [Feature Photo by tiagojoaoreis on Unsplash]
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Sevf

Sensuality vs. Sexuality

Gökçe S. Hall   Authenticity, has always been my strongest sense. Whether it is about my own intentions, life style, movement or any other art. ...
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Preventing Pelvic Floor Leakages (It Ain’t Kegels)

Christine Ruffolo   My previous post got into the shame and embarrassment that prevents many of us from addressing issues with parts connected to sex ...
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