It was a pleasure getting a opportunity to present with my good friend Jared today at IDEA World here in San Diego! I love getting a chance to impact how other health and fitness professionals influence peak performance and guide skill acquisition for their clients. Thank you to the group of around 90 who came out for our session!
I am frequently asked how to aid in the exposure and acquisition of kettlebell movement skill. While this topic can be discussed at length, here is a glimpse of what I’ll be discussing in several upcoming workshops.
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Think about it as helping your client to gain experience and exposure.
Relationships and communication are vital between athlete/client and coach. Knowing each individual you work with affords you the ability to facilitate even better movement sessions by understanding their intricacies.
Opportunities for action(affordances) occur and disappear rapidly in fast paced sporting environments and are unique to each individual. This makes it crucial to design training environments where decision making is returned to the client, which allows them to use the perceptual cues most pertinent to the task at hand.