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Physical Preparedness – Part 3/3 – Ranges

Physical Preparedness – Part 3/3 – Ranges

A. Serape swings A1. Internal sagittal cross pendulum x 30-60 secsA2. External sagittal cross pendulum x 30-60 secsA3. Frontal pendulums x 30-60 secs Goal. Increase ranges and work with 60 secs per variation B. Hips SL opening B1. Spiral split hold x 15-30 sec x 2...

Physical Preparedness – Part 2/3 – Strength

Physical Preparedness – Part 2/3 – Strength

Core A1. Headstand – inverted leg raises x 6-12 reps x 3 sets / 60” restA2. Headstand – inverted side flexions x 6-12 reps x 3 sets / 60” restA3. Ab ring if >90° x 6-12 reps if <90° x 5-8 reps x 3 sets / 90” rest Goals. Reach max reps in all sets in the full...

Acrobatics – Intro Protocol 1

Acrobatics – Intro Protocol 1

Acrobatics - protocol 1   A. Sensory upgrade – eyes locking drill x 60” x 3 sets  Lock your eyes on the fingers of your partner. Without visually losing your target draw different trajectories in space with your head as a brush. Use different inclination of the...

Lightness Skills – Intro Protocol 1

Lightness Skills – Intro Protocol 1

Lightness skills – protocol 1   A. Light touch x 10 reps each / rest as needed Perform a jump. While in the air, lightly tap the tennis ball, making it roll out of its position. Land silently and accurately. A1. Sideway Jump – sideway touchA2. Split Jump – Inside...

Evolving a movement practice

Evolving a movement practice

Knowing that it is in the nature of all things to transform and grow, how can one innovate without making grave mistakes or ending up practicing something worthless? One of the fundamental topical issues of alive fields, lays in understanding where to go next.  Let’s...

Movement codes: the art of hiding

Movement codes: the art of hiding

Have you ever seen a person, that looked like nothing but was a phenomenal performer when it came to facts?  Think back and gather a memory of that. Maybe this happened during a dance class, a bike ride, while climbing, during a run, in the gym, in a park… That person...

A practitioner’s choices flowchart

A practitioner’s choices flowchart

We’re practicing a willingness to simply return to the present moment. Without judgement, without disappointment, without contraction. With a mind that is standing truly free of the past. If you lose yourself, simply begin again. -Sam HarrisHere's a map you can use to...

The secrets of the old school

The secrets of the old school

“I dig the old school” – Plato.When I first heard the saying “old school, best school”, I was a teenager. I immediately thought it was a boring motto of some traditionalists that were too attached to what had been to move onward and seek evolution. Well, I was wrong....

A way of conduct

A way of conduct

And today once more, the recurrent questions reached my senses, pantomimical from afar, or spoken when the passersby were closer: why do you do it? Well... The fascination of conflicts  Who has not been fascinated, by the great heroic feats of the past? Who did not...

Movement Camp 2019 – A review

Movement Camp 2019 – A review

Imagine   Imagine a movement-educational network where things work. A growing web of sustainable communities from all over the globe created by thousands of students that orbit and grow around a pulsating inner core of teachers that lead by unstained example,...

The call of the city – a short film

The call of the city – a short film

"The call of the city” is a short film showing a world beyond the silence of everyday routines.The space is talking, it is inviting, and it is offering options at all times.Since creating doesn’t start from nothing, everything is a transformation.It’s about becoming...

Urban Exploration – A manifesto

Urban Exploration – A manifesto

Urbex is the art of carefully and thankfully making tea in somebody else’s villa, bringing pots, leaves and water of your own, without them noticing.   A preamble: why more manifestos?   All people act but only a few do it following personal Cartas or codes....