Let Me Introduce You is the start of a conversation about movement.
It invites critical thinking and curiosity. It’s an opportunity to throw out preconceived ideas about what should and shouldn’t happen, the rules that exist around certain every day movement tasks, exercises, and athletic skills.
The curious coach or mover is left with the ability to observe and assess what they see based on the scientific principles that govern our physical world; what’s left is an opportunity to suggest.
The suggestion also invites a conversation, because if the suggestion leads to a reward of some kind, the student, client, or athlete will want to try again; if not, the conversation takes a different turn.
A conversation, by definition, means ideas are exchanged between two or more people. In our case, these ideas revolve around a theme and appear in threesomes (because we like threes). Some of the ideas include:
Lever arm, fulcrum, effort
Stress, strain, deformation
Anchors, pressure, input
Collisions, vibrations, expansion
Levers, threesomes, movement
We invite you to join the conversation as we discuss, explore, and, of course, move.