Introducing a self-limiting element to your training will emphasize movement quality to build precision and strength.
Your body allows you to do amazing things, and it deserves to be heard. Are you listening?
These drills will free up your joints and unlock freedom in your squat.
Perceptual motor and work capacity development will make dramatic improvements to your physical competence and performance.
What I’ve come to discover is an entirely new dimension of training, with profound value for those who pursue and coach performance.
Just like daily micronutrients, daily micro-movements are the base of your health, function, and ability.
If you want to write a novel, you better be sure you know letters, words, and sentences. Movement is no different.
Lifting, carrying, and maneuvering odd objects is a great opportunity for practical movement training.
These resting positions require no additional time in your day. All you need is a change of posture for the things you’d do anyway.
Learning how to maximise your running mechanics and efficiency can have a tremendous impact on the quality of your race performance.
Use one or all of these strategies to maintain focus when juggling different skills during your training.
Deep down, I believe we all are craving more substance from our fitness.
When it comes to natural movement, where you train isn't as important as how you do it.
Your ankles are one of the first places to let you know your body is breaking down.
Introducing natural movement can get you the fitness you’ve always wanted.
If your foot moves poorly, then your brain gets confused and your position is compromised.
The tuck pop up requires both specific motor skills and specific strength. You'll make strides with your muscle up performance.