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AXIS SYLLABUS BASICS: FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT

Choice is the practical evidence of freedom of movement. The more choice we have, the freer we can be. DISCIPLINE is what gives us choices. Discipline is the pretext for FREEDOM of MOVEMENT. All the videos in this collection are intended to help you begin or support your ongoing journey towards movement freedom by covering some important Axis Syllabus fundamentals.  

Millions of people do certain exercises and stretches in the full belief that what they are doing is healthy or will grant them certain abilities, when actually the exercises do the precise opposite. In these videos you will learn the fundamentals of joint "centration" and how to use it to modify or avoid doing things that may hinder you from moving freely and responding to life's complexities.

NEW!! THE HEALTHY KNEE ------------------

healthy knees represent the power of action in life. Here's to your health!

PRIMARY EXERCISE SERIES - 1  ---------------

make getting to the floor, into and out of bed your daily practice with this fundamental counsel

PRIMARY EXERCISE SERIES - 2  ---------------

from an easy step to a springy, powerful run, this video is a compact guide to essential freedom of movement  

FIRST STEP - ALIGNMENT----------

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JOINT ANGLES MATTER ---------------------------

This video offers you insightful anatomical information as well as a starter-level, all round alignment practice. Articular alignment is the most important discipline, something to acquire before any further skill or discipline.

GAIT OPTIMIZATION --------------------------------

Before you do anything else, examine your most basic movement pattern, WALKING. The way you move through the world informs, limits or enhances any further study 

BASIC TRAINING-----------------------

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CORNERSTONE WORKOUT -------------------------

A fundamental, accessible movement sequence that addresses all essentials: flexibility, strength, coordination, adaptability to environmental limitations

USE YOUR SHOULDER PROPERLY ----------------

Close look at shoulder anatomy and suggested parameters for making the shoulder strong while protecting it from injury.

APPROPRIATE STRENGTH - edited ----------------

In this class, I open a discussion on two controversial topics: the lactic acid myth, terrain theory and ph balance. I also inform people of a critical fact about the way muscles respond to strain that can prevent many common injuries.

TONE - Dialogue with Muscles -----------------------

Muscles can work eccentrically, concentrically and isometrically. They contribute energy and stability when they are stretched and when they recoil elastically. When we want to strengthen and prepare for complex movements such as housework, walking and dancing, the best return for your time and effort is eccentric training. This video is for you if you want to understand and use the various ways your muscles interact or react to your advantage. 

ALIGNED FLEXIBILITY-------------

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FUNDAMENTAL STRETCHES ----------------------

Replace ineffective hip and leg stretches with a short sequence. Stretch muscles not ligaments for healthy flexibility.

ALIGNED STRETCH & STRENGTH ---------------

Focus on HIP JOINT

Among all the nonsense taught in movement classes the world over hips and hip joints are the focus of some of the worst, most misinformed treatment, causing accidents and chronic pain and often leading to surgery. Find out here how you can avoid this unpleasantness.

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Continue Upgrading Your Training with this Series

Routine is dangerous because it is a pretext for boredom.

Boredom incites distraction.

Distraction means our attention is elsewhere when we are supposed to be developing more awareness and integrated skills.

Regular PRACTICE is therefore recommended, with incremental changes to the type of activity and a constant effort towards more sophisticated, graceful coordination. 

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