Willpower Won't Work: Hack Your Habit
Change your space to change your life.
Hips Don’t Lie: 4 Drills to Unlock Your Stiff Hips
Why do the same old hip stretches if you aren't making progress?
You Can Squat...Now What?
Finding comfort in your squat will help you develop resilience and adaptability.
Do You Rely Too Much on Strength?
Move beyond your traditional view of strength to train technique, strategy, and efficiency.
Tune In to Prevent Injury
Listen closely when you experience pain. Your body is trying to tell you something.
Daily Groundwork for a Stronger Squat
Once I stopped trying to force myself into a position from a book, I found my perfect squat.
Be Silent to Be Efficient
Train with awareness to move with precision, accuracy, and control.
Roughhousing Is Good for You
A bit of rough-and-tumble play never hurt anyone. In fact, it might be just the thing you need in your training.
Movement in Urban Semi-Nature
Just because you're stuck in the city doesn't mean your natural movement practice has to suffer.
Movement Is Bigger Than Fitness
Our ability to manage complex sensory inputs dictates our physical, emotional, and psychological health.
Is Posture a Choice?
There's more to good posture than simply standing up straight.
Beyond GPP: Find Your Movement Flow
Perceptual motor and work capacity development will make dramatic improvements to your physical competence and performance.
The 1% Solution for Better Movement
To hone a skill, break it down and make small improvements over time.
Proprioception: The Next Frontier in Performance
Crawling drills will awaken your sixth sense and reignite your brain-body connection.
Your Brain on Movement: Challenge Your Nervous System
Stop going through the motions just to break a sweat. Slow down and explore purposeful movement.
Injury Prehab With Natural Movement
Guard yourself against the physical and mental stress of injuries with preventive movement practice.
Advanced Drills for Hip Mobility, Balance, and Power
Train over/unders to develop explosiveness and coordination.
Is What You See What You Get? Focus Your Internal Camera
If you took a video of yourself working out, would it match the image you have in your head?
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