On Thursdays, every week, I send out a new article through my newsletter.
Four days later, the same article gets posted on this page.
I write about movement - the fascinating stories that tell us where can go and the studies that inform us of how to get there. You’ll find specific instructions on exercises and tasks, strategies we can use to keep us on track and the lessons we can learn from those who moved before us.
Ready to explore? You can start browsing the library by going through the three main topics, or by perusing the articles by date.
in Chronological Order
Of all the qualities of a graceful mover none seem to be as shrouded, yet influential, as her control of the flow of time.
The thing is that we all suffer from a very human condition called short termism.
The kick was perfect.
Grass glistens in the early morning dew. Birds are chirping a tune in three-quarter time and squirrels are having consensual intercourse.
This was to remind the readers that anatomy can be studied on paper, but can only be understood by examining life.
We know two things about the future.
1. It will happen.
2. It will be different.
Instead of asking ourselves how it should move, maybe we're better off figuring out how it can move.
Ignorance, it seems, isn’t always bliss.
Training to move vs moving to train.
Training vs practicing.
Spending vs saving.
There's no other person that can listen to your body, follow your intuition and act accordingly for you. Autonomy is about taking advantage of this power and reaping the benefits that only you can give yourself.
Our joints' average exposure to movement is low and their maximum intensity of movement is high.
I am what I want to be - by doing what needs to be done.
On motivation, the Ew Squat and standing on your own two feet.
«If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses,» - Henry Ford.
When a wise man points at the moon, the imbecile examines the finger.
Can lower body strength be acquired without the use of equipment and external load? Furthermore, does an asian-inspired soundtrack make up for Jon's poor editing skills?
That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet
"Your alignment simply doesn't matter if you can't get into it or balance in that specific position,"
"As such, I'm not afraid of the social and written reprimands commonly found in the movement culture. This is why I won't shy away from saying what I believe is must be said:.."
The main challenge in health and training is the persistent thought that just because the mechanisms of the human body are incredibly complex, our solutions need to be equally complicated.