Why Strength and Conditioning has the answers for your body

What is Strength and Conditioning? Strength and conditioning (S&C) at its simplest form is the practical application of sports science to enhance movement quality, ultimately to improve sporting performance.It is grounded in evidence-based research and physiology of exercise and anatomy.S&C will also follow the sporting calendar; off-season, pre-season and in-season, or in relation to the … Continue reading Why Strength and Conditioning has the answers for your body

How to create the optimal educational paradigm for an unknown future

How do you begin to educate people about the importance of physical education, including mental health? If these topics are really that important, how do you go about your own educational journey? And why have you never been formally taught how to create a path for lifelong learning? These are valid questions and important ones … Continue reading How to create the optimal educational paradigm for an unknown future

Ben Dyson on the Black Belt Journey, Serious Injury Mindsets and Building World Class Academies (#2)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qur_RQQ6_mw ABOUT BEN Ben Dyson is a world class BJJ black belt under Roy Dean, Scramble Athlete and head BJJ coach of Lions MMA, Vancouver, Canada. For all you grapplers out there, this episode with Ben Dyson was a great insight into his journey to black belt and the highlights along the way, how Ben … Continue reading Ben Dyson on the Black Belt Journey, Serious Injury Mindsets and Building World Class Academies (#2)

The most effective martial arts to learn first

In this article, we explored what types of information and bodies of knowledge can contribute to a physical education that prepares you for an unknown future. If you haven't already, go back and read that article to get an overview of the framework you can use to structure your own lifelong learning, in both the … Continue reading The most effective martial arts to learn first

5 things I learned from coaching James Bond’s stunt double

Kai Martin has doubled Daniel Craig as one of his stuntmen, for over a decade. He's been a stunt performer for over twenty years and I had the pleasure of preparing him for Bond #25 for a solid eighteen months. My job was to coach Kai in the martial art of Muay Thai, or Thai … Continue reading 5 things I learned from coaching James Bond’s stunt double