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Toward a philosophy of movement

The Problem with ‘Exercise’

A Case of Lambs and Lions. What the hell are you doing? After spending a few years in gym environments, you can spot them from a mile away. The lambs. They walk on to the gym stage with close to knocked knees... Continue Reading →

A Five-Point Objective.

[W]e are completely untrained in how to use [our bodies] to their full potential. In deep neglect of its ability to enlighten us individually and culturally - as it has throughout the history of our species - we overlook the significance... Continue Reading →

Defining Movement.

Definition [Movement] is a fluid term which involves an interplay between both involuntary/inarticulate and voluntary/articulate movement. The first step of any critical interrogation is definition. This is necessary so that readers can understand what is meant by the term 'movement' when it is used... Continue Reading →

Moving toward a rubric.

This post was taken from another page of mine - 'waxnwings', a space for creative and critical writing. I would like to set forth a critique of how movement in modern cultures is categorised and labelled, and as a result controlled through... Continue Reading →

Toward a Philosophy of Movement.

One of first words that caught and resonated with me when listening to Ido Portal speak about movement was 'dogma'. One's training 'dogma' is intrinsically linked to Portal's distinction between 'specialist' and 'generalist' training, and, as a result, the specialist... Continue Reading →

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