August 29, 2018

In the previous post, the excerpt focused on learning to consciously inhibit reactions to stimuli as the basis for performing actions in a way that does not interfere with natural function.

In this post, we continue this discussion with the attitude necessary for achiev...

August 29, 2018

The whole point of these exercises is to bring about this release -- particularly in the inner thighs and in the flexors across the front of the hip, which correspond to the pectoral region of the shoulders. It is only when we get this release that the knees will be ab...

August 20, 2018

Flipper Movement of the Arms

Another interesting way of advancing the arms on the ground is to use the hands and fingers as flippers. 

If you place your hands palms up, you'll find that you can creep the hand along the ground by deviating your hand at the wrist and using...

August 14, 2018

We continue our exploration of the semi-supine position. The following is a sequence of arm movements, to be performed experimentally and carefully. 

Moving Your Arms on the Ground

1. Lying in semi-supine with your hands on your midriff, bring your arms down to your...

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