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. 


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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One key point that you need to know for training strength

performance strength Aug 01, 2017

True strength is found in a circle!

The shape that you can or cannot create with your body tells a story!

When we evaluate athletes we call it "Arches vs Angles."

Arches are circular and transfer power.

Angles are linear and leak power.

When you're designing exercise or evaluating movement,...

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Our first team photo after 4 years building TMP from the ground up!

our stories Jul 27, 2017

It's been almost 4 years since we decided to take the biggest risk of our lives.

It's turned out to be most challenging and rewarding experience we've ever had.

At this point, it feels like The Movement Project 4.0. 

We've made so many changes to the business in an effort to maintain...

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Quotes from our Mentors: Featuring Igor Burdenko on Sports Psychology

"You won't need sport psychology if you come prepared." ~ Dr. Igor Burdenko

An interesting opinion from a guy who has experienced a lot.

And, it sounds way better in a serious Russian accent!

In the past 5 years, I have encountered a few, really young athletes that told me they were working with...

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This exercise variation is perfect for ground-sport athletes

athletes mobility Jul 25, 2017

TMP | bro, can you even roll? from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Bro, can you even roll?

This exercise variation is perfect for ground-sport athletes.

Health Performance Education


About the Author:

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

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Our first photoshoot in our studio in Acton, MA

our stories Jul 22, 2017

Shots going off at TMP!

Such an exciting time at The Movement Project with so many things coming down the pipeline.

So grateful to @bobby__snaps for taking our first ever shots in our studio and of Taylor and I together.

We started our business from the ground up with no savings, no investors,...

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It is important to train sensory input after an injury or surgery

TMP | Sensory Training from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Sensory before Motor!

One of the most neglected and generally unknown concepts is that having a good sensory system is integral for health and performance.

If you've ever had a surgery or reoccurring injury it is likely that you have some...

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The level of pain you feel is not an accurate measurement of severity

Pain does not always equal injury.

Injury does not always equal pain.

Pain is fascinating and mysterious.

It's important to know that it is an output of the brain.

It does not live in the tissues where you feel it.

And, just because you feel pain in a specific location does not mean there is a...

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Training alternatives for an athlete with an overactive visual system

Training the senses from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Watch closely!

There is so much happening.

And, it was breakthrough for this young lacrosse player!

We are taking advantage of his excellent auditory mapping skills to improve his balance, coordination and cognitive focus.

And then using the...

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Focus on these 4 areas to drastically improve health and performance

Want to know how to drastically improve a persons health and performance?

I mean instantly!

Focus on areas of the body that have the most joints and sense the most information.


The hands, feet, spine and cranium!

These are all areas that consistently help our clients and athletes eliminate...

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Practice FIVE Neuro-Performance Drills

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