Tag Archives: Feldenkrais

A Blog Style For All? For Melinda And Marsha, Anyway! Of Eyeballs, Stents, And Learning

Hi folks, welcome! Everything you learn will come in useful one day, so learn lots of interesting things, which means explore your world. But first, a general note on this blog: I was becoming disenchanted with my blog the other … Continue reading

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This Is Feldenkrais!

Important Note: These posts do not provide medical advice. You should always consult your physician before undertaking or significantly modifying an exercise program. Copyright © 2010 Kevin T. Morgan aka FitOldDog, Old Dogs in Training, LLC. Post Footer automatically generated … Continue reading

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Recovering From A Serious Injury Or Ill-Health Is A Structured Work Of Art – Advice On Femoral Neck Fracture Rehabilitation For Luis, Please?

Hi folks! Painful as pain is, it’s here to protect us from ourselves. Just ask someone with leprosy. Post-surgical repair, that’s fine. Today I received a tweet from a cyclist that I admire, Luis, asking for my thoughts on recovery … Continue reading

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Endurance Training: When You Go Harder It’s Harder, But How Hard Is Too Hard? Remember, A Chain Is Only As Strong As The Weakest Link

Hi folks, good to have you back (or here for the first time). How hard is too hard to push yourself during training and races? This can be a life or death question, of which I was reminded by a … Continue reading

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Video Swim Analysis – A Great Way To Improve Your Stroke And Enjoyment Of The Water – Don’t Miss Prognob On YouTube

Hi folks, welcome! From time to time it pays to have a quick video swim analysis to check your progress. I’m pretty pleased with my stroke improvement, as you can see in the above video, compared to previous versions. My … Continue reading

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When Not To Cut Corners: Thoughts On Body Awareness Training And The Older Athlete

“Shortcuts make long delays.” Pippen, Lord of the Rings. Hi folks, welcome to today! One reason I promote body awareness training is because, in my opinion, such training combined with an Ironman race saved my life in 2010. I have … Continue reading

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Serious Sports Injury? For A Speedy Recovery Embrace Your New Community – Thoughts On Lisfranc Injury

Hi folks, welcome to another lovely day (even though not training is driving me bonkers!). I inserted the video above to remind you that your body is alive, it can repair itself given time, but you have to work with … Continue reading

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Of Coaches, Physicians, Older Triathletes, Feldenkrais And Aortic Aneurysms

Hi folks, welcome to my chatter! People who follow this blog regularly may have noticed my tendency to hesitate to take a physicians advice until their advice earns my trust. The same is true of triathlon coaches. My recommendation to … Continue reading

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Anatomy Revisited In A Book Review By FitOldDog, Veterinarian, Scientist, Aging Ironman Triathlete And Student Of Life

“Where you think it is, it ain’t.” Dr. Ida P. Rolf, cited in The Endless Web: Fascial Anatomy and Physical Reality. p. 126. by RL Schultz and R Feitis, North Atlantic Books. Hi folks! Welcome! As a veterinary student, I … Continue reading

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Nose Clips, Ileotibial Band Syndrome (ITBS), When Not To Listen To Your Legs During Ironman Races, And Never Hesitate To Start Over

Hi folks, welcome to my contemplation location, where I endeavor to improve peoples lives! After many intermittent and strange bouts of ileo-tibial band syndrome (ITBS), whilst running, I’m now convinced that it can be induced by how you run. Several … Continue reading

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