Why it’s important to expand your movement comfort zone!

Clark (1995) theorizes that there is a positive correlation between one’s motor skillfulness and daily activity level. This is important because of the rising obesity- and inactivity-related diseases in our society and the decreases in activity among everyone from children to adults. Low self-efficacy toward movement abilities and diminishing movement comfort zones play a roleContinue reading “Why it’s important to expand your movement comfort zone!”

A Case For Crawling…In Your Workout!

When was the last time you crawled? On your hands and knees or hands and toes? Forward, backward, sideways, clockwise, counterclockwise? Many haven’t crawled since they learned to walk as babies. Go crawl right now. On your hands and toes, down and back in the nearest hallway. I DARE YOU! I bet it’s harder than youContinue reading “A Case For Crawling…In Your Workout!”