Movin’ to the Beat – The Key to Smooth Moves

Movin’ to the Beat – The Key to Smooth Moves

By Craig Valency, MA, CSCS Kids can often seem clumsy. It’s not so much that they are truly uncoordinated and clumsy, it’s often the case that they simply haven’t fully developed the neural circuits, synaptic connections, nerve insulation (myelination) and sensory...

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8 Ways to Crawl for Core Strength, Coordination, and Fun

8 Ways to Crawl for Core Strength, Coordination, and Fun

By Brett Klika, CSCS Crawling- it’s not just for baby’s anymore! One of the most rudimentary human movement patterns just happens to be one of the most effective exercises in helping kids (and adults) improve core strength and stability, coordination, and a whole host...

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Bi-planes – A Novel Way to Develop “Team Speed”

Bi-planes – A Novel Way to Develop “Team Speed”

By Craig Valency, MA, CSCS As I spoke about in my last post, Airplanes - The Ticket to Agility and Coordination, speed in life and in sports is more than just being the first to sprint across the finish line. There are always obstacles to contend with. Games like...

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