Audio 8 of 9: Breath, Task, Attention. Liberating Degrees of Freedom

[audio:|titles=08 Respiration and stability, pain patterns. Transcending lock-down. Nikolai Bernstein]

Mark and Scott bring to conclusion much of what has been discussed in this audio series.  Topics covered include;
Chronic pain and lock down.
How the diaphragm and transversus abdominus are continous with each other functional and proprioceptively.
Why Grooving in sport is a lock-down strategy.
Bernstein’s initial experiment is explained that gave birth to modern biomechanical movement analysis.
The idea of performance edges not being an end, but a new opening.
Is it possible to shift to more subtle practice to complement what is happening conventionally.
Attention and self-correction

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