Category: Stability

Classifications for Exercises

I have developed a system for classifying the exercises I will be posting on the site, and in developing the products that will come out of this system.  There are 7 categories to help you understand the goal of the individual exercise, while also sharing the big picture view of what is important in movement, […]

Audio: Max Bailey Interview

[audio:http://www.abc3116.sg-host.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Max-Bailey-Interview-15_6_11.mp3|titles=Max Bailey Interview 15_6_11] Mark interviews Max Bailey from Hawthorn FC.  Max has had 3 ACL ruptures over the last 5 years, 2 on the right and 1 on the left.  Mark has been working with Max over the last 3 years and in this interview they discuss; the adversity and learning from serious injury […]

Technique, Perception, Emergence and Dissolving Either/Or

Everything should be made as simpe as possible, but not simpler. Albert Einstein I always enjoy January because of the feast of sport on television and I particularly enjoy watching good tennis.  I have explored in recent blogs the concept of technique and I would like to take this exploration further in todays offering. If […]

5 Continuous Jumps, Plantar Flexion and Hip Extension

When effort is needed, effort will appear, when effortlessness becomes essential it will assert itself.  You need not push life about, just flow with it and give yourself completely to the task and the present moment. Nisargadatta Maharaj In the Thursday morning running efficiency class, it was just Nick Mitchell and I, and as we […]

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