Movement Podcast

Move It or Lose It

June 10, 2021 Season 3 Episode 38
Movement Podcast
Move It or Lose It
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Pop quiz:
What’s your best friend’s phone number?
Who was your second grade teacher?
What was your locker number in high school?
Can’t recall? Don’t feel bad when we don’t use what we learn, our memories decay until we forget, the same can be said with our motion.   
Today, we look at how our movement can erode over time and how western culture magnifies this phenomenon. We discuss how our brains learn, the idea of muscle memory, and how reconnecting your system might just be easier than you think.

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Awareness and compensations
Adaptation vs Accommodation
WW2 Shooting position
What happens when someone loses the ability to squat
Olympic athlete: Jim Thorpe
Physical image vs. Physical reality
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Learning movement from infancy
Development milestones
Skills are apps, motor programs are the operating systems
Good and Bad behaviors are burned into our brains
Healthy diet of activities
Awareness of a 1 on a deep squat
Sport and exercise press mistakes to the surface
Athletic surfers
Movement memory
Motor learning can work for good or bad