Movement Debrief Episode 13 yesterday involved quite a few rants. Must’ve been the ketones talking.
Here’s what we talked about:
- Restoring sensation with my patient with low back pain
- Why it’s okay to have an angled tibia during squatting
- Would any intervention help/hurt Usain Bolt?
- The complexity of Usain Bolt
- Struggling with a complex patient
- Dealing with uncertainty
- Embracing the struggle
If you want to watch these live, add me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. (occasionally) They air every Wednesday at 8:30pm CST.
Here were some of the links I mentioned in this Debrief.
How to Deadlift – A Movement Deep Dive
Squatting Bar Reach – A Movement Deep Dive
The Sensitive Nervous System – Read my book notes here
Clinical Neurodynamics- Read my book notes here
A Study of Neurodynamics: The Body’s Living Alarm
Mobilisation of the Neuroimmune System – Read the course notes here
Explain Pain– Read the course notes here
The Obstacle is the Way
Ego is the Enemy
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
I recorded a really good conversation with two good buddies of mine, Lance Goyke and Jason Bryne.
Lance is a strength coach, photographer, student, and writer. He runs the show at IFAST University, coaches at IFAST, and runs his own excellent blog and Youtube channel. He is also a dear friend of mine, one of the first people I met when I interned with Bill Hartman at IFAST.
Jason is an Athletic Trainer at Brandeis University and with the Boston Cannons. He is an avid learner, tinkerer, and phenomenal human being. I truly admire his ability to connect with others, his humility, and comfort with learning from failures. Check him out on Twitter or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
We went off the top of the dome on this one, as there was no agenda. I was just hoping to help better all of our learning processes.
We got that…and then some!
Here were some of the topics we covered:
- Designing a learning process
- Being comfortable being uncomfortable
- Connecting with others
- How to learn
- Study habits
- and more
If video isn’t your thing, I have a transcript of our conversation below.
You can also download the audio version of this talk if you’d like by subscribing to my newsletter.
Without further adieu, here is the conversation
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Did you miss yesterday’s Movement Debrief? We had a lot of fun. The first time I went on facebook, twitter, and Instagram simultaneously.
This debrief was a bit different, as it didn’t involve as much reflection on my patient care, but more on the wonderful continuing education weekend I had.
I got to spend time with all my friends learning about a lot of different things. And it led to some great reflections.
Here’s what I talked about:
- Why trial and error is important
- Being outcome-focused
- How triplanar movement impacts single plane movements
- Why having a good network is important
- Keys the networking
- The importance of mentors
If you want to watch these live, add me on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. They air every Wednesday at 8:30pm CST.
Here are this week’s Movement Debriefs. I’m hoping to get on a regular schedule once I get settled into my new gig as a PT Mercenary, but hope you enjoy.
Anchoring Old Movements to New, Prioritizing PT’s Professional Needs
In Episode 2, we discuss the following concepts:
- Visit 2 & 3 of our patient with the lumbar fusion
- Using familiar concepts from old exercises in new exercises
- Strategies to enhance learning.
- Prioritizing Problems in the Profession.
Embracing Failure and The Dunning-Kruger Effect
In Episode 3, we discuss the following concepts:
- My Failure
- The Dunning Kruger Effect – and how to hack it
- Embracing Failure
- Learning from Failure