Living and Developmental Insights of the Body, Brain and CNS in Moving

‘Only those who have the patience to do simple things perfectly will acquire the skill to do difficult things easily.’ – Johann Friedrich von Schiller ‘Integrate sensory information to transform perceptual awareness.’ Mark McGrath Intrinsic equilibrium If you were to remove all the muscles that attach to the spine it still would not collapse. Why? […]

Powerband shoulder harness. Falling lunge

The Falling Lunge was developed by Professor Janda to train the Reflexive and Proprioceptive systems. For the lunge to be effective, it needs to be trained with ideal posture. The power bands give great feedback to achieve this ideal! I describe how the role of reflexes is to be present to be fast acting via […]

PowerBand Shoulder Harness Backward Running w Loaded Lunge Forward

Backwards loaded training is incredibly valuable because of its neurological reverse origin benefits. We have to pulse back strongly using plantar flexion, knee extension, and gutes work concentrically at the end of support phase step. For this reason, I highlight this movement as important when someone is established in their rehab for ACL injury. It […]

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