Archive for the ‘kinesthetic sensitivity’ Category

TOP 20 World’s Best Health Traditions, What do you Get?

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

Hi CST pros and TACFIT athletes, This has been a long time coming. And I want to give you a free taste of what’s to come so that once again you feel comfortable that I’m providing you with high-quality, no-nonsense tactical fitness. But before we get to that, let me tell ...

Top 5 Animal Bodyweight Exercises: #5 The Kong

Friday, May 15th, 2009

Animal movements tap into the primal strengths within us, reintegrating your physical motion with mental toughness and emotional control. They provide you not only with strength, power, endurance and speed, but also the much more elusive and critical agility, coordination ("essential synergy"), neuromuscular efficiency, kinesthetic sensitivity, and bodyflow (as it's ...

The Mobility Renassaince - FREE Webisode Inside!

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

Pound for pound, one of the strongest men I've ever met sits on my RMAX Faculty: Ryan Hurst, founder of CST Japan, a former US junior national gymnastics champion and police judo black belt from Osaka Japan (though born in Kansas) who overcame cancer through immersion into his daily personal ...

Frugal Fit your Feet to Stop Buying Expensive Shoes!

Monday, March 2nd, 2009

We remain trapped inside rubberized coffins which trod us steadily to the hospital. Shoes protect our feet from the elements, but they also blind us to one of our most powerful functions: mechanoreception. Mechanoreception - which I discuss in my book Body-Flow Freedom From Fear-Reactivity - comes in many forms. The ...

Getting OFF your Nerves! How Mobility Generates Power.

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

Mobility offers the direct benefits of anti-aging and pain-freedom, but what does mobility offer to those of you interested in functional fitness? Well, primarily, it lets things get OFF your nerves! And that's when you unleash your power. Take the time to read these astonishing lateral benefits of mobility two ...

Your New Year’s Resolution: Move Better, Feel Better, Be Better!

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

The 1st day of the New Year should be like any other: an opportunity to reinvent yourself into the person you want to become. In 2007, national statistics listed the top 3 concerns for people over the age of 35 to be: wealth retention and management, travel, and painlessness. However, ...

Learn How to Make the Mistakes of a Master

Sunday, November 16th, 2008

One of the most influential teachers in my study in the former Soviet Union was one of the fathers of modern biomechanics, Nicolai Aleksandrovitch Bernstein, author of Dexterity and its Development. His influence strongly presents itself in my sportive and combative studies in Russia, and contributed to the development of ...