Some people are stiff. Some are on the other end of that spectrum and require work to reach higher joint stability. The work is easy but consistency is required to achieve success. Here is an example for loose shoulders: Place yourself in a push up position, you can begin against a wall and work your… Read More Loose joints
Drills for elevations of spirit and body must not be dry… Fist– Two people start at the push up position facing each other. Both lift opposite arms and they push each others fist back and forth. Double fist– Two people lie on their backs with their heads facing each other. Place both fists against each… Read More Notes from class -Partner resistance
Walking on your fists is great. Walking on your first with a friend is even better. Enjoy both rolls in this movement and note how the body learns to move as one, once tension is healthily distributed throughout the body. Let the breath lead the motion and relax your arms on contacting the ground to… Read More Wheelbarrow walks – old-school tech
Watching strength is inspiring. After all, most of the time we have the same parts as the strong man or acrobat 🙂 Here is a simple method to become stronger in degrees. Something that requires almost no tools and can be used for many people in many conditions and levels of movement. Let’s take the… Read More Get STRONG at an angle
Three movements to release excess tension and build healthy movement in the lower back and corresponding areas.
Here are three mobility movements for the shoulders, spine and hips. All involve moving two patterns of movement together to create human movement. We are more than one tool playing in the dark. Shoulder mobility comes to release held tension and fixation in the shoulder and upper spine. Spine mobility comes to release rigidity of… Read More Twisted mobility