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Free Style Maximize Sport and Life Performance with Four Basic MovementsBook is a combination exercise theory and practical advise Full of pictures and detailed instructions, the book will be of use to trainers and professional and high level athletes. #Download ï Free+Style õ Everyone Cares About Physical Performance And The Fitness Industry Offers An Infinite Number Of Solutions To Improve It But Who Has The Best Solution And How Do We Know If And How It Will Work For Us After Over 15 Years Of Training As An Elite Gymnast And Over A Decade Of Coaching, Coach Carl Paoli Offers A Fresh Philosophy On Training By Connecting Movement Styles To Fit Your Specific Purpose, While Also Giving You A Simple Framework For Mastering The Basics Of Any Human Movement Freestyle Maximize Your Sport And Life Performance With Four Basic Movements Is An Interactive Way To Learn How The Body Is Designed To Move Through Space And How To Interact With Our Constantly Changing Surroundings Using This Framework And Four Basic Movements, Paoli Will Help You Maximize Your Efforts In Sport And Life, Regardless Of Specialty Despite Carl S Experience As An Elite Gymnast And A Renowned CrossFit Coach, This Is Not A Book About Gymnastics, CrossFit, Or Any Specific Fitness Program Rather, It Is A Unique Take On How Carl Studies And Teaches Human Movement And How You Can Better Understand How To Move Yourself Carl Is Not Going To Teach You The Specifics Of A Movement Or Sport Instead, He Gives You A Template That You Can Use To Develop Any Specific Movement For Example, Instead Of Teaching You How To Throw A Baseball, This Book Teaches You A Universal Foundation That Will Help You Further Develop Your Pitching Skills Human Movement Is Intuitive, But Not Always Perfect This Book Shows You How To Turn On And Trust Your Intuition About Movement Use Tools That Help Optimize Imperfect Movement Tap Into The Universal Movement Patterns And Progressions Underlying All Disciplines Use Carl Paoli S Movement Framework To Create Roadmaps For Your Physical Success Learn What Being Strong Really Means Freestyle Is A Practical Manual To Develop Human Movement Regardless Of Your Discipline It Is Equally Applicable To Veteran Athletes, Weekend Warriors, Fitness Enthusiasts, People Trying To Pick Up A New Sport, And People Who Are Simply Curious About Improving Their Health By Developing Your Awareness And Learning To See Across Other Disciplines, You Can Tailor Any Training Regimen To Meet Your Unique Goals. A very good reference for body movement mechanics, especially gymnastics movements. Lots of impressive photos Good progressions for the freestyle four pistol, muscle ups, handstand push ups, burpees Worth flipping through, but i didn t get much out of the text. Love the workout plan, however books are only so good for this sort of thing I wish there wasdiversity in the beginning exercises. Starts kind of slow, but good movement theory Really good supplement to online videos for progressions related to pistol, handstand push up, muscle up and burpee Good ideas but it was hard to read It feelslike a scientific language rather than entertainment. This was a really helpful book I came to it only for the progressions on the freestyle four pistol, handstand push up, muscle up, and burpee but found the conceptual framework regarding human movement and athletic programming very interesting. I must admit that I was surprised how good this book was I have followed Carl Paoli for several years and used many of his progressions from GymnasticsWOD so I know he was a good teacher but I did not know he was a good writer The book is stylish in the progressions which I both like and dislike since the formatting at least in my iBook version created empty pages and 3 5 pages for one progression What I miss is a clear overview of all the progressions you are here can you do this le I must admit that I was surprised how good this book was I have followed Carl Paoli for several years and used many of his progressions from GymnasticsWOD so I know he was a good teacher but I did not know he was a good writer The book is stylish in the progressions which I both like and dislike since the formatting at least in my iBook version created empty pages and 3 5 pages for one progression What I miss is a clear overview of all the progressions you are here can you do this lets say 1 Strict HSPU , then move on to this progression at the same time I realise Carl has made a tremendous job in distilling this information in a clear cut precise manner For me personally there are a couple of HUGE take aways that I will and already have implemented Let me share them with you Hang test to show internal rotation what happens when walk run throwing Squat arms O