In this piece we will explore three methods of hand work for a more capable and healthy hand and wrist. Wall work Stand a step away from a wall and place the flats of your fingers on the wall. Press your body gradually to the wall with increasing activation in the hand and wrist to… Read More Three methods of hand/wrist work
A tennis ball is small and light and easy to carry around even through the crazy show airports are today 🙂 Here are ten simple drills to do with one or more tennis balls you can do in a hotel room or almost anywhere and keep your nervous systema and body honed. Take one tennis… Read More The tennis ball gym
THE BALL BEARING MAPPING OURSELVES FROM WITHIN FLOATING POINT AWARENESS FLUID AWARENESS BODY AND MIND BREATH MOVEMENT AND AWARENESS SHORT AND LONG FOCUS UPPER/LOWER BODY UNITY MERGING WITH THE OUTSIDE MASS SHIFTING BREATH CONTROL FOR NATURAL SPEED QUALITY MOVEMENT VS AGRESSION HAND AND FOOT AWARENESS AND HEALTH SLIDING LEG MOVEMENT SLIDING FOOT MOVEMENT FULL BODY… Read More THE BALL BEARING
Our health is paramount in delivering and receiving impact. Our awareness is paramount in using our structure as it was developed to use just what is needed for the continuity of our lives. Start by standing a full step away from the wall. Relax your ankles and lean with both fists on the wall. Maintain… Read More Fists on the wall
In this video we show a few variation and a way of exploring and using the tension and pain input in order to understand it as a symptom and live a better healthier life. We are using balls of different density and a wall and a angle in the wall to do this. No purchase… Read More Solo Tension and Pain Understanding and release using wall and balls
I will present a few ideas to address this question. First the obscure part. You can skip straight to the movement drills and come back later for this: Mentally we place a divider between making contact and hitting. There is no actual difference aside from that line we place before ourselves to cross. Pushing is… Read More Physics of Hitting
Most of the time we are training to react. We memorize a response and couple it to a trigger and run the program in a loop. This takes a lot from our freedom and usually it is akin to trying to open all doors with the same key. Here is a simple drill to start… Read More Release the trigger
stand a pace or a bit more from the wall facing either direction and lean toward the wall with your feet relaxed and flat on the ground. Let one limb move from the body to contact the wall and direct and smooth your approach until your body is relaxed against the wall. use the same… Read More
A good drill to teach yourself to be aware of your feet and the spread of your mass is to lean forward from the hips while the feet are flat on the ground and your behind stays in place and avoids leaning back to balance out the body. Using a wall or a post to let you know you are doing things right and not touching it with your behind start to lean forward with breathing as fast as you need to and use the ankles, knees and mostly the feet to create the right amount of support through tension in the right places. Feel out your feet first and tense and relax them in parts. Don’t be surprised if you feel areas of your legs activating first in alarm as you move this way and Learn to calm down and find a way. You can always smile and breath.
Another way to calm yourself down is to count out loud or speak out a prayer you enjoy.
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