Transform your education on health and fitness with industry leading pieces on breath training, sports vision, balance training, mobility and how health plays a role in performance. 


Did you know insomnia can be linked to surgery?

education health pain results Aug 30, 2017

Your brain remembers surgery.

Your brain considers it a life threatening experience!

And, if that threat is not dismantled overtime, you could experience some negative ramifications post-surgery.

There are many variables and possibilities here.

I want to point out a few important ones.


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TMP bridges the gap between modern healthcare and performance

health performance results Aug 28, 2017

Many people discover that they are not sick or broken enough to get help from mainstream healthcare.

These people are usually not given many options.

We have designed TMP to bridge the gap that exists between modern healthcare and performance.

A place where generally healthy people can get...

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The psoas is not as cool as people say it is

The Psoas!

There are actually entire books written on it.

No joke.

There is some interesting information regarding this popular muscle for sure.

But, the educator in me needs to make sure that people don't get distracted by the mysterious explanations of the Psoas.

It doesn't get to be better...

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What kind of pain are you describing?

There are many different kinds of pain.

Understanding some of the presentations and behaviors that go with pain can help you dial in your client and athlete sessions better!

It can also help you decide if you need to make a referral.

There are two very important presentations that every...

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Celebrating the last day at TMP for this high school athlete!

I call her "MY FAVORITE."

And, it is with mixed emotions that we send her off to school today.

Emmy (my favorite) has been working with us 3.5 years!

TMP has has only been open for 4 years.

So, it is the truth to say that Emmy IS The Movement Project!

We witnessed a transformation in this young...

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Taylor's workout inspired by wrestling and BJJ

Ground mobility flow from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Just checking in to make sure the ground and I are still cool.

Health Performance Education

(video: workout inspired by wrestling and BJJ)

About the Author:

Taylor Kruse, recently featured in Men's Health, is dedicated to empowering you...

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TMP featured as one of the most inspiring stories in Boston Voyager

media our stories Aug 14, 2017

Almost a year ago we took this crazy picture as a 3 year celebration.

Little did we know that our business would blow up in 2017.

On January 1st we did a post titled - the year of The Movement Project because we could feel the potential.

We didn't know what was to come but we knew that we had...

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The Infinity Walk variations - as seen in Men's Health

Infinity Walk Variations | TMP from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


If you haven't seen it yet, download our free full-length instructional video on one of our powerhouse exercises, The Infinity Walk, as recently featured in Men's Health Magazine, the September Innovation Issue.

We use...

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We get inspired by individuals like this college-level football player

In this profession, about every ten years you meet an individual that decides they want to walk beside you and have the full experience.

So, that is what I did with this young man.

When he didn't have a ride, he decided to run.

When we wasn't sure if his parents could afford it, he got a job.


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A brief introduction into The Infinity Walk

Introducing The Infinity Walk from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


We are excited to share the completion of a project that we have been working on!

An educational video on a really special exercise called The Infinity Walk.

Access to our full-length educational video coming soon!

And, it's FREE!

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Practice FIVE Neuro-Performance Drills

Learn why respiration, vision, vestibular, and complex movement integrations are essential tools for every coach!