Virtuosity is defined, as the degree of artistry, or the degree of rhythm and harmony, displayed when a movement is executed to its maximum in terms of style and elegance. Why should we pursue it?
You've probably heard of Montessori schools, but did you know the founder also addressed physical education? Here are 5 lessons from Maria Montessori that have helped me keep my young kids active.
Biomechanics has two aims: to improve performance and to minimize injury. Let's discuss how to decipher a force-time curve and analyze the information we get from studying a simple vertical jump.
Rhythm is essential for all athletes - awareness of movement, tempo, and body. But it can be hard to learn. Three tools I have found helpful: music, jumping rope, and making mistakes.
Forget your personal trainer. If you want to observe the basics of human movement, go play with a baby for a couple hours. You might learn a thing or two.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave recently you’ve probably heard of the concept of “Paleo” or “primal” fitness. So, um... how do I actually do this primal fitness thing?
Our modern society is plagued with diseases like heart disease and diabetes. Katy Bowman believes some of these maladies are rooted in excessive sitting and improper movement patterns.