This video is an excerpt from the September 2017 Q&A with Bill Hartman.
When you’re put in a team setting, one-on-one work becomes impossible.
How, then, do you get into the nitty gritty?
We use Patrick’s question to walk through anatomy and its relationship with movement and breathing.
THIS IS WHY WE LEARN ANATOMY.
And why I think anatomy is taught the wrong way.
If you think through scenarios, especially ones which you can remember in your head, it makes the anatomy tangible. You can picture it. You can work through it. You can mold it in your mind.
So when you go through my respiration videos, try to relate these things to exercises you’ve done or people you’ve worked with.
We don’t believe in anatomy for anatomy’s sake. It is a means to being a creative coach.
After you watch the video, read “Make It Stick” by Peter Brown. It’s the best training book I’ve ever read.
For more on complex, adaptive systems:
- Check out this other question from the Q&A: Skills, Tasks, and Levels of Competence
- Read “Game Changer” by Fergus Connolly