Archive for the ‘freedom’ Category

The Luxury of Pacifism has been Paved by the Duty of Warriors

Tuesday, April 20th, 2010

My father served in the Korean War. When he returned our family deteriorated because he wasn't given the opportunity to re-acclimate, and was held in contempt by others who didn't serve. Our family melted down and as a result I never got to know my father after the divorce and even ...

Why I Got Started in Martial Arts

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Doctors claimed my joint pain related to osteochondrosis, which basically means as I grew my connective tissue didn't adhere to my growth plates like normal children and causing conventional sports and athletics to shred me, requiring my mother to rub my joints with liniment nightly as I screamed through tears ...

SPOILER ALERT: Why I didn’t want to release CSTGX!

Monday, April 20th, 2009

May I spoil the surprise of what's coming, what you're about to receive? If not, then just Go Here for the elementary benefits. If you want to delve deeper, then brave the spoilers you're about to discover and read on.. I felt very reluctant to release CSTGX because honestly, it magically ...

Quit Working Out Now! Here’s How…

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Fitness has become a quandary of "working out" - a bubble-rapped gerbil wheel whose monotony you must endure through distractions like loud "duff-duff" music, neon strobe, and television mounted equipment. From a sports psychology perspective, everything possible is being done to distance you from the internal experience of the movement, ...

The 7 Practical Virtues to Restoring Flow

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Those of you old enough to remember the proto-years of the internet may also remember the clarion call of the cyberpunk nation: knowledge wants to be free. Well, flow is information to your nervous system: it only knows quality of flow - low or high... and everything in between. Flow ...

What’s Your Greatest Achievement?

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

Having just returned from Australia, in another whirlwind tour of bringing Flow to the world, and spending time with my mates, I was interviewed by another magazine about my new book Free To Move. The questions were unexpectedly unique and intriguing, not your run-of-the-mill magazine questions, so I thought I'd ...

Post-Traumatic Stress: The Mobility Home Remedy

Monday, September 29th, 2008

I thought I would share a clip from one of my vintage videos locked in the RMAX "vault" of one of my most significant coaches, Russian General Alexander Ivanovich Retuinskih, Honorable Master of Sport in Sambo and Judo and Distinguished Coach of Russia, and Founder of the ROSS Training System. When ...

FREE MOBILITY BOOK! + FREE TO MOVE Published! www.Intuflow.com

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008

Dear Friends of Flow Coaching, I am so proud to finally release, after 2 years of editing, THE Bible of Joint Mobility, FREE TO MOVE!!! I’m releasing 3 new books this year, my most prolific year in my career as an author! You’ve already received your copy of Prasara Yoga: ...

My Interview by MENSA International Magazine

Friday, September 5th, 2008

Many months ago, when one of my colleagues announced online that I had been inducted into Mensa International - the "High IQ" Society - there was a lot of backlash of hate mail. It really surprised me. It reminded me of the reactions that I used to get when I was ...

From Braces to Races: 33 Miles for 33 Years!

Saturday, August 30th, 2008

This amazing story from one of the most exuberant members of my faculty, Joseph Wilson, Ph.D. 33 Years - 33 Miles "On August 26, 2008 I turned 33 years old. On August 26, 2008 I ran 33 years miles. Many people have either heard or read about my passion for running. Just ...