natural movement

Most of us make our way through life with an unnaturally high level of neuromuscular tension, let's stop it.
The point of your training should be to enable you to improve the world around you.
The causes of your back pain aren't just in your back, and neither will be the solutions.
All great coaches understand the importance of stripping away all that isn't necessary to get the best from themselves and their athletes.
You can use play as an incredibly effective and enjoyable way to improve your quality of movement.
The way your body works has a lot to do with the environment you place it in.
Expect to shift your perspective and don’t expect an easy read, expect an engrossing one.
Your body is never truly static, so why worry so much about a static position?
The things you hate have nothing to do with running, and everything to do with how you understand it.
Five minutes of twisting into various shapes isn't going to overcome the other 99% of your day that you spend getting tight.
To be useful in life, your training will have to go beyond the standard gym routine.
Crawling as a solo drill can enhance your ability to get through guards on the mat.
Your legs were meant to do more than programmed movement patterns.
Did the human organism really evolve to squat with barbells?
Introducing a self-limiting element to your training will emphasize movement quality to build precision and strength.
These tools will help you get a clear picture of what's working in your training.
As aches and pains accumulate, it seems everyone's hoping to become a little more “supple.”