You might think, what does this mean, movement is self-organized? Well, let me explain this to you and why an understanding of this concept is important. I have personally said this over and over again, “the body does not care … Continue reading →
The older I get and the more I learn about the human brain, and exercise, the more I realize that we cannot ignore the fundamentals of training. One of those fundamentals is cueing. Sounds simple doesn’t it? As health and … Continue reading →
Although the body seems to be made up out of different parts and that muscles seem to have independent actions, all of these assumptions go out the window when we move. While I am not suggesting that you should not … Continue reading →
Your goal is to correct your client’s movement dysfunctions, educate them for injury prevention and help them gain full recovery by using coherent educational methods.