reducing excess tension to increase the capacity of our safety bubble.
'practice what you preach'
(how to develop a practice)
What is a practice?
It is less about the practicing or repetition of an element and more about the progressing of a bigger picture objective. A practice develops a sense of direction, which guides toward a greater understanding and navigation of self. More often than not, I will think of the work I do in a day's training session as a way of 'paying it forward', to make things easier for tomorrow's self. By not doing so, the greater objective gets pushed further away.
- Increasing quality of life/longevity of activities/expand ability
- Expanding the safety bubble/efficiency
- Connecting the body together into a loadable system, posture = core
from the ground, up
through the pelvis
Pelvis lead, ribcage support
- Coordination, limbs
Ribcage lead, pelvis support
1 - connect and build posture
2 - load posture
3 - reconnect and rebuild posture
refine patterns -> efficiency
expand patterns -> ability