“Ah, kids today…..with their crazy music.” “Let ’em have their fun!” I wonder if it was the same in earlier periods of history. “Ah, kids today…..with their short togas and modern sandals” “Let ’em go crazy!” “Ah, kids today…..with their shorter periwigs, and low-heeled shoes.” “Let ’em run wild!” “Ah, kids today…..with their raccoon coats… continue reading
KEEP ON ROCKIN’ IN THE FREE WORLD
When doing “rocking” exercises on the stomach (rocking, swan, etc.), imagine the rails of a rocking horse, or rocking chair. Uniform, symmetrical shape is beneficial to the technique. The uniformity of the vertebrae is basic in concept, but, for many, difficult in execution. The real key is forcing the abdominal wall to behave like the… continue reading
A knowledge of basic anatomy can be helpful for an improved, physical awareness. We don’t necessarily need skills in Latin to get a handle on the topic, although it could make us better at what we do. “Age quod agis.” Pup ‘n Taco. There is thorough logic within the skeletal construction of vertebrates. Skeleton is… continue reading
WILL THE CIRCLE BE UNBROKEN?
FIVE AND FIVE LORD; FIVE AND FIVE. The single-leg circles! A quintessential fave from the basic mat! Five and five (Danke mein bruder). Get on a Gratz mat. Stay turned-out and attempt perfect geometry. Ground yourself, find your stability, and GO! Best 20 seconds of your life. Obey the perfection of your proportions! “Really?” No,… continue reading
ROCK ON WITH YOUR BAD SELF
“Is the technique for The Swan and Rocking the same.” I believe it is. Their proprietary reason for being dwells in the move toward greater spine-extension flexibility. Rocking-on-stomach exercises feature varying alignment, choreography, or tempo, the technique is, generally, the same. Find T6 and work outward in either direction. I’d like to know if you’ve… continue reading