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Harm Free PE

Alex Sporticus   How can we improve the provision of PE? My initial response to that question as a novice teacher was what could I …

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The Reaching Game

Phaon Phipat    

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A Daoist’s Thoughts on Food

Craig Mallett   I wanted to put together a basic guide on food and dieting from my understanding of the Daoist perspective. Although there are …

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Guarded Movement

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

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Openness & Movement

Jenn Pilotti   The coach who writes my programs recently included handstand play on one of my hand balancing days. “Set a timer for ten …

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Wall Play

Jason Round       View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jason Round (@movemoremp)     View this post on Instagram …

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Guest Post #6 – Toward a Useful Physical Education

David Zundel   We have widespread ill health. And in the US 42% of us have become obese. PE didn’t help most people. Entertainment, porn, and sports …

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“I Just Need One Person!”

Andre Miller  

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Hard Work vs. High Performance

Chandler Stevens   What’s the difference between those individuals who wear themselves down with long hours, battling against fatigue and lack of focus, making little …

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The Risk of Performance

Margot Ciccarelli     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Margot Ciccarelli | 鄧嘉寶 (@thenomadicmars)

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Parkour Footwork: Adaptation (Part Four)

Jereme Sanders   Part One: Step Length & Consistency Part Two: Ambidexterity & Tempo Part Three: Entrance Options General Notes on Entry/Exit   Understand your …

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As in Water, on Land

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

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The Optics Are Biased

Dare Sohei   [part 1] capitalism functions off of competition and designed scarcity, this is why real wisdom isnt profitable.   this is also why …

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Social Somatics

Jim Freda  

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Parkour Footwork: Entrance Options (Part Three)

Jereme Sanders   Part One: Step Length & Consistency Part Two: Ambidexterity & Tempo Mastery of Ambidexterity This will be a recurring theme for flow …

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Standing Straddle

Fanny Tulloch     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Fanny Tulloch (@_mobilitytraining)

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Systemic Flow

Jordan Terry   Flow is defined as everything that necessitates movement within our Structure, but cannot be externally observed. We can see the muscles and bones …

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Cold Splits Challenge

Steph Lee     View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Steph Lee (@stephxtrybe)     View this post on Instagram   …

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