infinity walk variations at tmp

The Infinity Walk variations – as seen in Men’s Health

#TMPinfinitywalk:   If you haven’t seen it yet, check out our 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 the Infinity Walk to help people eliminate pain, improve balance, visual skills and mobility! It’s possibilities are endless!…
The Infinity Walk Instructional Guide with Taylor Kruse

The Infinity Walk Instructional Guide with Taylor Kruse

#TMPINFINITYWALK: Video Transcript – The Infinity Walk Instructional Guide Hey Guys, I’m Taylor Kruse from The Movement Project, and we’re really excited to be offering you a short educational piece on a really special but powerful exercise called The Infinity Walk. The Infinity walk is an exercise that we use really extensively here at The…
you won't need sport psychology if you come prepared

“You won’t need sport psychology if you come prepared” – Dr. Igor Burdenko

#TMPtipoftheday: “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…
overactive visual system alternatives

Training alternatives for an athlete with an overactive visual system

#TMPATHLETES:   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 visual system to correct poor movement. With young athletes that have different attention and learning…
nick before and after sensory input

Why it’s important to train sensory input and not just motor output post-rehab!

#TMPATHLETES:   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 level of sensory deficit. Simply put, you can’t feel things as well…
hands, feet, spine, cranium

Focus on these 4 areas of the body to drastically improve health and performance

#TMPtipoftheday: 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. Yep! The hands, feet, spine and cranium! These are all areas that consistently help our clients and athletes eliminate pain and improve performance.…
stretching, rolling, and deep breathing before your workout

Why you shouldn’t stretch, roll, or do deep breathing before your game or workout.

#TMPtipoftheday: Stretching, foam rolling and deep breathing are “The Jam” right now. Our fitness culture is doing a good job exploring new healthy ideas but there is a big problem. New and popular ideas usually create a total misapplication, of what could be helpful when used correctly. Here’s what you should think about. Stretching, foam…
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