Shawn & Korey discuss recent ideas of movement, agility, and motor learning
- "Not all compensations are bad - some are actually functional"
- "I don't think about it as gaining a skill, we're gaining an experience and exposure to become more attuned and more adaptable"
- "Poor perception and decisions lead to poor movement execution"
- "Celebrate mistakes - so much of what I do is error-centered"
- "Dexterity - finding optimal movement solutions under any context"
- "Is the goal motor learning or motor performance"
- "I think any human being, no matter their age, is plastic and capable of change"
- "In order for a movement to be successful it must be resourceful, rational, abundant"
- "If we're attuning to the wrong information, at the wrong time, it won't specify how we should act/move"
- "For a movement to be correct, it must be correct for the performer and the problem as it exists in front of them"
- "As soon as you add decision-making and perception the mix, movement is NOT the same as they are in closed settings. They may look the same, but they are actually vastly different"
- "We talked about Saquon Barkley's high 4.20 pro agility, which isn't very impressive, BUT if you looked at his movement on the field, it's clear he exhibits superior movement than his pro agility time would indicate, further demonstrating how flawed and different COD is from actual sport movement"
- "We need to start making perceptual monsters, rather than this desire to make physical monsters"
- "We have to understand how important perception and perceptual skills are to allow correct movement strategies"
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Korey Van Wyk
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