In this brief talk (only 75min!), Tyler and Shawn talk about some of the themes from their monthly movement meet-ups they've been having over the past ~year. Then we go in-depth about the difference between a stimulus and information, and why the word stimulus falls short of describing the interaction of the mover within their environment. This distinction is important as it helps the coach and performer understand the depth and detail of searching and finding emergent movement behavior.
We then talk about how we go about designing movement sessions for athletes of different sports, ages, ability levels, etc. How do we tackle not being able to provide an truly representative environment for all of our athletes and what can coaches do who have a diverse population in a single session?
Finally, as the listener, we hope to field some questions from you and give you an opportunity to lead our next discussion.
Hope you all enjoy!