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Could Stretching Be Holding You Back, Literally?

Today, we are going to talk about an internal vs. external focus with movement. 

Internal focus is based on the sensation you feel while you move. An external focus requires the use of external targets to reach towards. 

In this video, we are going to show you how brains work! In the...

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True balance training requires the head and eyes to be in motion

We talk about balance all the time. But what is it really? And how do we actually train it?

Balance is a symphony of reflexive actions that stabilize the body while your head and eyes are in motion.

Your ability to keep your balance is largely mediated by your vision and vestibular systems.

The...

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Did you know you could train your motivation and strategic thinking?

education performance Dec 11, 2017

Did you know that there is a part of the Brain that plays a large roll in...

  • Executive Function
  • Decision Making
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Motivation
  • Focus

All things we want to be good at!! Did you know you could train it!? Literally, in your workout!!

“Pause!” - “Go!” athletic...

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2017 highlight reel of TMP training and what we believe

What We Believe - 2017 from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.

 

As we approach 2018, we wanted to put together a highlight reel that represents our year of work and offers a small glimpse into why we do what we do.

We believe that a person’s health is a very personal experience and that everyone...

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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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Watch a demo of vision training with these ski racer

Training for ski racing from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.

 

Just finished up a mini camp with @hbrayton3

Great work and good luck with your season!

What if you could train in a way that every single exercise made you infinitely better? We do! It’s such an advantage that sometimes it feels...

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Understanding sensory vs. motor drastically improves training outcomes

Sensory before motor from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.

 

 

People say to me all the time - “why didn’t i get this kind of result when i rehabbed my injury!?”

And my answer is often times the same. Because you had too significant of a sensory deficit too benefit from the...

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Can you really reset the nervous system?

The nervous system does not have a reset button!

The word reset is being used a lot within movement education and it’s very misleading. Especially because people get an image in their mind of “resetting” correlating to all their pains and issues instantly disappearing.

Often...

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One easy way to integrate vision training into your exercise program

Vision training made easy and fun from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.

 

Anyone can train their vision!  It’s easy and fun!

Here is the secret progression!

  • 2 eyes
  • 1 eye (right)
  • 1 eye (left)
  • 2 eyes

You can insert this template into any activity that you want to get better at!

Why?...

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The most important factor to consider for chronically tight muscles

TENSION = PROTECTION. Chronic tension is the nervous system trying to protect itself.

Have you ever experienced chronically tight muscles? The kind of tension that just doesn’t go away and it drives you crazy!

That tension is there for a reason. We must ask the question, “why?”...

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