Top 3 Movement articles for Fall. Enjoy!
Greg Lehman explores when biomechanics matter in the mangament of pain, injury, and performance.
Eric Cressey dives into how being able to have movement variety as a kid to young adult, helped to establish foundational aspects of speed and agility. While some may make the point that it may be more desirable to have kids train in a more foundational and functional sense rather than train for specificity (sports), the article is noteworthy as it takes a glimpse into noticing how the residual effects of one's childhood movement practice or play, can have an effect on one's training programming as an adult.
" Daily life has a lot of straight edges, boxes, and lines designed for us to abide by. This can stifle creativy and movement in a profound way...."