Getting to the ground and back up is a fairly complicated motor skill which can vary in difficulty based on… Read more Your ability to sit on the floor and get back up is more important than you may think!
Motor abilities influence an individual’s success in the performance of certain motor skills (Magill & Anderson, 2013). A motor ability… Read more Osteoporosis, Age, Parkinson’s decrease dynamic balance and increase fall risk
Psychological deterrents to exercise and healthy eating adherence are of great interest to me. We’ve previously discussed that people who… Read more Will Power and Healthy Habits
I grew up to the sound of instructors reciting the mantra, “Practice makes perfect.” I was taught that all I… Read more Practice makes perfect
When was the last time you crawled? On your hands and knees or hands and toes? Forward, backward, sideways, clockwise,… Read more A Case For Crawling…In Your Workout!
Everyone loves a nice, strong booty but getting one takes work! Activation Drills The first challenge many face on the… Read more All About That Bass!
I write a lot about the pieces of the workout puzzle. For a change, here is a workout to try!… Read more A Warm Up and A Workout
Have you ever heard the artist vs. architect analogy? An architect spends years in studying the math, physics, and engineering… Read more Bridging the Gap Between Artist and Architect
Kneesles, pronounced like measles with a “Kn,” is my way of referring to knee pain. Many suffer from achey knees… Read more So You Have a Case of the Kneesles
My name is a Kait, and I’m a recovering perfectionist. It’s something I’ve struggled with my entire life. All or… Read more Confessions from a Recovering Perfectionist