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Roundtable #15 – Defining Success in the Fitness Industry

What does success look like in the business of bodies? Is it tied to money?  Or freedom?  Or number of ...
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Fixing those Half-Pullups

Jeremy Fein View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jeremy Fein (@jeremyfein) Jeremy can be found at FeinMovement.com/contact or Instagram.com/jeremyfein He ...
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Bottlenecks of (Deep) Practice

Ramon Castellanos The Imbalances are Fractal If life itself is the practice, then the areas we neglect within practice, show ...
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Defining Genius

Amelia Chan At work we’ll be playing with someone who is apparently sometimes described as a genius – a discussion ...
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Red, Black, & White Paths

Dare Carrasquillo (Sohei) “An Ode to ming/ Charles, my teacher.” 1.Red path talk: the red path is ruthless. It demands ...
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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” ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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 ...