In my last article, I introduced you to part A of my guest appearance on Lise Kuecker’s podcast, Ready.Aim.Empire! Today, we’re picking up where we left off and finishing our talk on movement competency.
I started this shift into really discovering movement, like really trying to discover movement, when I was running a boot camp. I didn’t like how most people simply weren’t competent enough to do what I was asking them to do. The last thing I wanted to do was to hurt anyone. So I set about learning EVERYTHING I could about movement, and ultimately, that led me to creating my own movement system… the JAND movement system. And I finish off explaining it here, in this podcast.
Movement is medicine.
More specifically, in this episode, we’ll be continuing our journey through the six fundamental movement methodologies and discussing the little things to watch out for, what visual cues you need to make teaching and learning the movements easier, and reinforcing why a strong foundation in movement is so important for everyday life.
In Part B, you’ll learn:
- Over 250 exercises that you can try today
- Why building the fundamentals step-by-step is so essential before adding weight to your movements
- The timeline to progress through for the movement system
- And more!
For anything to be successful and repeatable, it must follow a system. Like yoga and Pilates, JAND is a movement “system”. But with my background in strength and conditioning, athletic performance and running boot camps, this is different to yoga and Pilates. In fact, I’ve had several yoga instructors join my classes over the years and upon asking them why, their answers typically were, “I need the extra strength to be able to perform the higher level poses good enough to teach”.
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