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Rhetoric In Motion | Kimmy Moss

If you care about communicating at the highest level, holding space for complex ideas, becoming solution conscious, and putting your ideas into motion, this episode is for you.

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School of Calisthenics

This week on the Podcast Carl Paoli talks to Tim Stevenson and David “Jacko” Jackson, the founders of The School of Calisthenics.

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Rising | Caroline Burckle

Caroline is not only a top level swimmer who stood on the podium with a bronze medal around her neck at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Caroline is someone who understands performance beyond the physical. Caroline gets it when it comes to developing the mental and emotional side of performance as well.

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Company Spirit | Sheena Lister

In this Episode of the podcast Carl sits down with his long time friend Sheena Lister, founder of Workforce Athletics (WFA.)

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Going Right | Logan Gelbrich

Logan is a thought leader who is obsessed with the idea of pursuing one’s peak expression even knowing that the chances of achieving said expression are slim to none.

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AMRAP Mentality | Jason Khalipa

In today’s episode Carl sits down with Jason Khalipa – The CrossFit Games champion and the Founder and Owner of NCFit.

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You’re an Influencer. Congratulations. But now what?

Influencer or influenced, the best social experiences are those that are truly socially collaborative, driving all of us towards better practices and experiences.

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Progression

The million-dollar question we ask at these facilities has become, “Why do we move the way we do, and are these movements ‘correct’?” Why are we doing what we’re doing? Is it to get ourselves to improve a movement for the sake of it, or is that movement a stage of a larger progression?

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Skill Transfer

Without an understanding of the concept of skill transfer, we can’t maximize training the basic movement patterns for the purpose of athleticism. The physiological adaptations are important, but the movement patterns are king! Freestyle is connected by skill, applied through skill transfer, and expressed as athleticism.


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