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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. 


Understanding health and performance through a neurological lens

education health pain recovery Dec 05, 2017

These are the elements of basic BODY OWNERSHIP.

Did you know that there is a part of our brain that is largely responsible for our sense of: 

  • Body ownership?
  • Feeling grounded?
  • Our sense of belonging in this life?

Did you know you could train it!? Activities that help and activate this...

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Let's talk about the obstacles for muscle testing as a diagnostic tool

Muscle testing variables from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Muscle testing is probably NOT an appropriate diagnostic tool because of how many variables go into the outcome of a muscle testing weak or strong.

Have you ever felt like you were going down the rabbit hole chasing lots of strange...

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Is fascia as important as people say it is?

education health pain Dec 01, 2017

There seems to be 3 things you never want to talk about at the dinner table - religion, politics and FASCIA!

Why did fascia become part of some people’s personal belief systems? I’ve literally met people making life decisions on what they think their fascia is telling them! ...

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If more than 70% of movement output is vision based, have you trained?

Vision Training from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Athlete: I heard your program is crazy!

Kruse: Perhaps. Is that good?

Athlete: yeah!

Kruse: have you ever trained your vision?

Athlete: never!

Kruse: you mean in your 20-year history of being an athlete you never trained your visual skills?


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Chronic pain is a health problem, not a fitness problem

education pain recovery Nov 27, 2017

A person who experiences ongoing pain, is a person with a health problem. Not a fitness problem.

Many people with chronic pain try and fix it by increasing their fitness. They get trapped in this cycle because exercising helps them feel better temporarily. Why? Because it stirs up a bunch of...

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Our video demo on passive vs active mobility will change your practice

Here is an example of why most treatments and passive techniques especially ones performed laying down do not work!

I recently posted about the importance of challenging your clients results against gait. (See latest post on gait assessments)

I received a lot of questions and interest on this...

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Are you using gait to assess your clients results?

One of the number one things you can do as a movement professional or therapist is study the human gait cycle. When it comes to offering your clients long lasting results, gait is the gold standard! If you can improve gait, results are much more likely to transfer into their life.

Why is it...

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Integrate the figure 8 into your training to maximize movement options

Infinity from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.


Limitless or endless in space, extent, or size. Impossible to measure or calculate.

This is the Infinity or the Figure 8.

Your body is designed to produce this shape. Do you? Can you? Your eyes designed to own it. Your vestibular system designed to...

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What you need to know about blood pressure to make better decisions

education health pain recovery Nov 20, 2017

Did you hear?! The American heart association just released it’s new guidelines that redefine classification of having high blood pressure.

According to these brand new guidelines people with 130 (top number) over 80 (bottom number) are now considered to have high blood pressure. High blood...

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Quotes from our teachers: Bo Eason on leadership

Uncategorized Nov 19, 2017

Bo Eason dropping some strong leadership bombs at The Worlds Greatest Speaker Training.

If you want to achieve greatness it doesn’t come by doing what everyone else is doing.

About-face and go in the opposite direction.

That is how you lead!


About the Author:

Taylor Kruse, recently...

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