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Studying Failure

Stephanie Lee   For every success, there are countless examples of failure we don’t ever see or hear of. But, how frequently do we study …

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Ball on Block Tasks

Miguel Viero     View this post on Instagram   Ideas de Situaciones Jogos Tareas de movimiento. ⠀ Una pelota de tenis (u otra cualquiera) …

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Training the Mind & Meditation

Craig Mallett   Chris contacted me recently to see if I wanted to share anything on this page from my new book, Dancing Between the …

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Addiction & Having Enough

Christian Paev   ”Such answers illuminate that the addiction is neither a choice nor a disease, but originates in a human being’s desperate attempt to …

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Safety & Behavior

Christine Ruffolo   The following is part one of my course notes and findings from Stress, Movement, and Pain.   Linked through the perception of …

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Seasons Supporting Life

Scott Daly     View this post on Instagram   Does your off season support you or break you? Do you have a off season? …

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The Nature of Thriving

Ramon Castellanos   I think any legitimate talk about thriving is a dangerous one. Not only because of the nuance involved in the discussion, which …

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Poor Man’s Infinity Pool

Gary Stockdale       View this post on Instagram   POOR MAN’S #ENDLESSPOOL I’ve been playing around with this #GFxSwim Classic recently, with the …

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Movement as a Way of Enriching Life

Alex Sporticus “It is our vision and not what we are viewing that is limited.” Nick Sousanis, Unflattening.   A key part of the PE …

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Usefulness of Expression

Brandon Chien     View this post on Instagram   ⠀ The task I gave myself here was “slow is smooth, smooth is fast.” Was …

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The Power We Seek

Jim Freda   Here, amidst the US Coronavirus crisis, being led by this very particular administration, we are watching the breakdown of civility and our …

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Rooting & Grasping

Andre Miller     View this post on Instagram   There are no superfluous modalities to the #rootsfitness training program or philosophical core. There are …

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Chronic Fatigue and Pain

Dare Sohei   Hello & Blessings I wanted to start a newer series of posts that laid out some general maps/approaches in easy language, around …

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Solo Grappling

Margot Ciccarelli     View this post on Instagram   Building a solo practice was not something that originated in quarantine for me. This solo …

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Stern Learning

Rufus Nicoll   Author’s Note: The bulk of this article was written in February 2018. Now, it is late May 2020, so the context regarding …

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Flying Squirrel Roll

Austin Einhorn     View this post on Instagram   Harder and more beneficial than it looks. The challenge likely won’t be overcome with brute …

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Hip! Hip! (An Overview)

Jenn Pilotti   The hips. Peaches. The area where your femur, the longest bone in your body, rests neatly into a concave structure that looks …

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Stress Test: One Minute in the Hole

Jason Round       View this post on Instagram   STRESS MANAGEMENT: a simple frame I use for “stress testing”. Take an ACTIVE squat …

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