dave pelletier

Thoughts on Retirement (from a Retiree)


Dave Pelletier   As an athletic individual, communicating to other athletic individuals, this will hopefully come as a mentor template of sorts. Retirement by definition is the action of leaving one’s job and ceasing to work.” It sounds so straightforward in theory, but in application it can be rather circuitous. Because what one does with […]

Coordination Variability

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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 time. This study was to disprove that theorem and show a synergy and rhythm between upper extremity and lower extremity activity. And just a plain fun hand and eye coordination […]

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 leg stance, tennis ball on yoga block… it all seemingly adds up as balance oriented.  However, (insert dramatic pause here), I did it mainly to practice breathing (ie NOT holding […]