Friday night with Bosch…#fransbosch #alwayslearning
Still buzzing after two of the best coach education weeks imaginable… @team_exos @teamexos #alwayslearning #everydayisgameday
Still buzzing after two of the best weeks of coach education imaginary.. @team_exos @teamexos #alwayslearning #everydayisgameday
Scientific testing can’t determine how the mind will tolerate pain in a race. Sometimes, I say, “Today I can die.”
— Percy Cerutty
This world is your best teacher. There is a lesson in everything. There is a lesson in each experience. Learn it and become wise. Every failure is a stepping stone to success. Every difficulty or disappointment is a trial of your faith. Every unpleasant incident or temptation is a test of your inner strength. Therefore nil desperandum. March forward hero!
— Swami Sivananda
Are you bored with life? Then throw yourself into some work you believe in with all your heart, live for it, die for it, and you will find happiness that you had thought could never be yours.
— Audrey Hepburn
You can’t put a limit on anything. The more you dream, the farther you get.
— Michael Phelps
Just getting ready for my appearance on (at) Centre Court tomorrow…
Correcting a cross over gait with arm swing? Is it really THAT easy? Sometimes, yes!
We noticed this patient had a cross over gait while running (1st few seconds of video. need to know more about crossover gait? click here). We noted she was crossing her arms over her body as well. We than had her run her hands and arms straight out. See the crossover disappear? Need to know more about arm swing? click here
We the had her do the same while walking. Easier to see, eh? That’s because it is often easier to “fudge” things when you are moving faster (ie: the basal ganglia of nervous system can interpolate where the body part is supposed to be, and because of momentum, there is less need for precision). When we do things slowly (like the 3 second Test), more precision is needed. Watch this short video clip a few more times.
The arms are essentially adducting when the arms cross over. The arms are reciprocally paired with the contralateral lower extremity. When you make a change in one, you often will make a change in the other.
Subtle. Yes. Easier to see when the task becomes more difficult. Yes. Pay attention, the answer is often right there if you look closely enough.
Providing the clues to help you be smarter, better, faster, stronger; we are The Gait Guys
special thanks to “Q” for allowing us to publish this video : )
Love these guys work…
Better keep yourself clean and bright. You are the window through which you must see the world.
— George Bernard Shaw