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Care & Capitalism

Christine Ruffolo   I just got off a group call about determining value, and it basically ended up being a therapy session about my aversion …

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Coordination Variability

Dave Pelletier “The Ball Is In My Court” There is an old adage that it is difficult to walk and chew gum at the same …

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Lessons from Teaching in 2019

Steph Lee As a teacher and educator, daily self reflection is crucial. Instead of making a new year resolution, I decided to review all my …

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Your Feelings are Your Own

Nick Konow     View this post on Instagram   The pedagogy which contains these elements (among a sea of others) is @portal.ido’s. The vocabulary …

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Swings, Techniques, and Design

Austin Einhorn   THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY ABOUT TWO THINGS, REALLY. IT’S ABOUT HOW THE HUMAN ORGANISM IS DESIGNED AND HOW IT LEARNS. Since sports …

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Relational Perspectives

Mars Ciccarelli       View this post on Instagram   I’ve repeatedly had some of the same thoughts peep its head into my brain …

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Spend Time with the Knowledge You Have

Tom Morrison   I’m just back from a few days away and as much as I’d like to tell you I had an epiphany or …

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Movement, Mobility, & Capoeira

Jason Round   Contributor Jason Round offers his capoeira teacher some insights into movement and mobility:   Mestre Boca Rica, the capoeira teacher, [adorably] in …

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Vispassana Crossover

Samantha Faulhaber   Quickly let’s mention that I’ve been working on myself for years. I took one ten-day course, and you’re not going to magically …

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Rebuilding After/ Before Olympic Lifts

Brandon Chien   The ‘whats’ and ‘whys’ between Olympic Lifting cycles:  

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Opening up the Front

Dave Wardman   [*] Bridging [a.k.a Backbending] Bridging is found in many different physical culture disciplines: from the backbends of yoga; to the wrestler’s bridge; …

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Slow is Smooth is Fast

Andre Miller     View this post on Instagram   Moving slowly allows for the observation of details that might have been overlooked at speed. …

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A Curious Cultural Experiment

Christine Ruffolo   For many reasons and convergences of fate, I recently took on the assignment of coaching high school volleyball.  It was a sport …

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Deceptive Intent

Dave Pelletier  Upon first glance, what is the assumption of training focus?   “At face value this would be considered a balance drill.  BOSU, single …

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Clarity in Goal Setting

Jeremy Fein Four questions that outline your problem and potential solution: 1) What is your goal? In the clearest possible terms. 2) Why is it important to you? …

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The Path of the Bridge Builder

Ramon Castellanos   I was asked about the value of being “separate”, both physically (I live in the middle of no where on a Wolf …

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Breathing: The Interface Between Thoughts & Emotions

Fanny Tulloch   If you had an effective tool, which you could use to centre yourself, stay present and keep attention on the important things …

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Movement As Language: Babble & Personal Meaning

Jason Round     View this post on Instagram   BABBLE: the process of learning a new lexicon for floor-communication is just as clear in …

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