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Movement Monday: Rotational Exercises

Music has been called the soundtrack of our life. Way back in 1963, The Beatles taught us to “Twist and Shout”, and Kylie Minogue made “Spinning Around” popular at the turn of the new millennium.  Since I’m a huge fan of music from most genres, I thought it was a perfect segue to today’s topic the rotational exercises, and another …

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The Simple Way To Build Good Habits

We all have habits. The question is, is more of yours working for you or against you? In reality, there’s always a mix. Some habits are good, some neutral, and some of them are bad. The key is to get more of your habits working for you and less working against you. Sounds simple, right! So why don’t more people …

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The Benefits Of Bad Workouts

Yes. I mean it…Bad workouts actually have some benefits! By bad workouts, I’m referring to ones that aren’t as productive or aren’t done with as much effort or enthusiasm. In fact, while I’m using workouts as an example, today’s concept applies to most habits or practices for any skill development. You see, in order to be great at something, we …

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Mindset Growth: Update Your Brain Software

When was the last time your computer updated its software? Probably recently… and perhaps during your most important meeting of the day! All jokes aside, the fact is, that we update our computers regularly but rarely think about updating and growing the software running in our brains. Wait a minute…software in our brain?! YES! The human brain is an amazing …

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Do You Have Weak Muscles Even When Exercising?

Today, we will dive into the brain-muscle connection and the subject of weak muscles. One of the key things that I knew at the conceptual level, but was crystallized for me over the weekend. One weekend, I attended a 3-day course on effective Decision Making for movement coaches. The content was focused on how to gather better information during a …