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Oral-Facial Health & Posture (Part 1)

Jim Freda   A variety of medical investigators sought to understand how the new urban and industrial nature of modern life was changing our bodies. …

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Passive to Active Tissue Lengthening

Brian Fox   [Description below.]   Affect connective tissue architecture by training at length for 2+ minutes. Intent: Passively acquire length then actively try to …

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Performance and Learning in PE

Alex Sporticus   “Finally, given that the goal of instruction and practice— whether in the classroom or on the field—should be to facilitate learning, instructors …

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The Split Squat

Jason Round  

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How to Fix Constantly Tight Hamstrings

Tom Morrison   Listen here, Susan! (I don’t know your name so I will call you Susan for this blog.) You’re blaming your hamstrings for …

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Scap Flow

Nelson Cuadras   [Instagram link]

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Terrestial Nostos

Dave Wardman   * ‘nostos’ is a Greek term connected to the Odyssey that means ‘homecoming’/’returning home via sea after long adventures’ but that carries …

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An Island of Adjustment

Jeremy Fein     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jeremy Fein (@jeremyfein)  

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Working with Knee Pain

Brandon Chien   Here’s how you can begin working with knee-pain and get stronger right now.   A common strategy for relieving knee pain is …

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Parkour Game: Jailbreak

Jereme Sanders     Full fantastic resource can be found at exploreparkour.com Rules   You are a wrongly accused prisoner that finally has a chance …

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The 80/20 Rule of Better Movement

Chandler Stevens   Early in my career I was fortunate to work with somebody in her 90s whose primary goal for a movement practice was …

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Pausing to Feel, Telling Stories

Samantha Faulhaber     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Samantha Faulhaber (@shamanicsam)   (Note the comments.)   The solution to …

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What Are You Adapting To?

Scott Daly   Human beings have become the most dominant species on the planet. No other organism encompasses so much of the earth. Yet, we …

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Member Podcasts

A Running Resource Page   1.  Dare Sohei – Underworld Party 2. Fanny Tulloch – Fika with Fanny 3. Seth Dellinger – Embodied Dialogue: Movement, …

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Guest Post #7 – Translating Point of Contact

Nicole Uno   Fist to False-Grip | Ground to Rings   As body angles change to adjust exercises, (whether to make them easier or more …

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When Performance meets Awareness

Jenn Pilotti & Adarian Barr     *Weekly conversations between these two can be found at Women Running Cafe.

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Curiosity Part 4: Unconditionality

Austin Einhorn   We’ve already discussed that chasing your curiosity isn’t always going to result in candy and funny stories. Sometimes it’s going to result …

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Options Lead to Autonomy

Catherine Cowey       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Catherine Cowey (@catherinecowey)

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