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Leaning On More Than Task Manipulation

Leaning On More Than Task Manipulation

Leaning On More Than Task Manipulation  Over the past 2 to 3 months, coaches have been reaching out with questions about constraints manipulation, which has coincided with a surge of constraints-led questions from several individuals involved with The Movement...

Becoming More Aware of Your Environment

Becoming More Aware of Your Environment

When one begins to adopt many of the ideas which interact to underpin an Ecological Dynamics framework to viewing movement behavior, many themes tend to emerge which require one to see the world of movement skill differently. These conceptual ideas *typically* include...

Growing & Evolving One’s Craft

Growing & Evolving One’s Craft

As coaches, we can often be found encouraging the athletes that we work with to find every way imaginable to grow and improve themselves within their specific craft. We dive into their performances and analyze them with a fine-toothed comb, attempting to pick-up every...

Self-Organization | Movement Meet-Up Call | June 15th, 2021

Self-Organization | Movement Meet-Up Call | June 15th, 2021

On Tuesday, June 15th, 2021, the team from Emergence locked arms with those from across the movement community to discuss the ever-controversial (but oh so important!) concept of self-organization. In usual Emergence fashion, a truly interactive discussion naturally...

Sport Movement Lessons Learned from Bruce Lee Pt. 3

Sport Movement Lessons Learned from Bruce Lee Pt. 3

10,000 Times...10,000 Kicks...or 10,000 Problems? If you follow enough sport or performance coaches on social media, you probably know that there’s one Bruce Lee statement which reigns supreme in its continual use across those who promote an adherence to the most...

The Use & Role of Instruction & Feedback in an Ecological Approach

The Use & Role of Instruction & Feedback in an Ecological Approach

If you’re a coach who utilizes an ecological dynamics framework and pedagogical principles which underpin it (i.e., constraints-led approach, nonlinear pedagogy, athlete-centered, systems thinking, etc), you likely have been accused of being “too hands off” in your...

Sport Movement Lessons Learned from Bruce Lee Pt. 2

Sport Movement Lessons Learned from Bruce Lee Pt. 2

by Shawn Myszka, MS, CSCS, PES Research Your Own Experience Picking up where we left off in Part 1, which focused on the guiding mantra of Jeet Kune Do (JKD), Using No Way As Way, today we will discuss an ever-famous quote of Bruce Lee as our springboard. “Research...