Thanks to Frank Forencich for his post Putting the physical back into physical education and making the distinction between “adapted” and “adaptable” in regards to fitness training. He says:
“Those who train exclusively in a single sport, movement style or discipline simply dig their neurological ruts deeper and deeper; they become adapted to a [...]
Interesting article in yesterday’s Observer – Who’s to blame for Britain’s obesity epidemic?
Following the discovery that the world’s heaviest man (70st) is in Britain, the article discusses whether obesity is a self-inflicted condition or if the blame lies elsewhere. Is obesity a lifestyle choice (like smoking or drinking) rather than an illness? [...]
Following our post “What is a Wild Goal?” we had a good question from ‘The Barefoot Sensei’ who asked – “define what you mean by wild?”. Tara’s reponse is below and we thought it worth sharing with everyone to start the debate – what is your definition of wild?
“I think everyone has there [...]