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Co-Adapting with one another: The Movement Academy is here!

Co-Adapting with one another: The Movement Academy is here!

Over the first three years of the Sport Movement Skill Conference, and then again popping up after the release of our first educational course Underpinnings, I have heard a similar message regarding the quality of content and the value associated with the subsequent...

Preparing for Game Day: Individual Periods

Preparing for Game Day: Individual Periods

“Skills transfer, drills do not.” Welcome back to the ‘Preparing for Game Day’ series. For those who missed my first installment (Check it out here), I examined ways teams could improve upon their warm-ups by using a more ecological approach. I would encourage you to...

Setting Your Educational Journey Ablaze

Setting Your Educational Journey Ablaze

This week we are taking a slight turn as we look to help everyone stay on track and consistently stay connected with your own learning journey. Educating yourself is like a leaf falling off the tree in Autumn. It slowly meanders, but consistently makes its way to the...

Preparing for Game Day: The Warm-Up

Preparing for Game Day: The Warm-Up

With football back in action, we’re returning to watching our favorite teams play every week. While we enjoy watching the final product on game day, I don’t think there is enough appreciation for the preparation leading up to competition. Football is a very difficult...

What is highest form of technique?

What is highest form of technique?

What is the highest form of technique that an athlete should strive to achieve? We have always assumed the answer to that question to be perfect technique. Today, I’d like to challenge that notion by exploring the words of Bruce Lee that emerged out of his dedication...

A Brief Take On Skill Adaptation

A Brief Take On Skill Adaptation

If you’ve spent much time working with athletes, then you know they interact with countless movement problems in their sport. Have you ever asked yourself, how are they successful game after game, season after season, and year after year? Their skillset is something...

My Form of Life: It’s a slow drip

My Form of Life: It’s a slow drip

My Path During the summer of 2014, I began my first job in collegiate strength and conditioning. I was about 6 years into my career, most of which was spent in the private sector. I had a few stints here and there in team sports, but this was going to be my first...

Do You Move? It’s time we all practice what we preach

Do You Move? It’s time we all practice what we preach

NOTE: Before we get started today, I want to offer the premise to let you know that a bit of a soapbox moment may ensue below. Please bear with me through it as I strongly feel it’s something that needs to be said and addressed within the movement skill community....

Making The Switch

Making The Switch

It was 2012, and I was in my 2nd year at the University of Minnesota (6th year in the industry). I was delighted to be involved with the development of over a hundred young men on the Minnesota Golden Gopher football team. Our staff, like many others, was devoted to...