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Beautiful Practice movement sequence

by Frank Forencich on August 25, 2014

New from Exuberant Animal and Beautiful Practice – Functional movement sequence Flowboard for iPad (Also works in a browser.)

Also known as a “movement snack,” this sequence can be used as a warm up or an athletic progression in its own right.

Ideal for trainers, coaches and anyone seeking some good functional movement.

Easy to use: just do the movement, swipe the pad and try another.

Feel free to share with friends, athletes and clients.

Beautiful Practice movement sequence for iPad

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New book from Exuberant Animal!

by Frank Forencich on April 3, 2014

 

Today’s world presents us with an unprecedented set of perplexing challenges. Our bodies are suffering, our minds are confused and our spirits are in turmoil. We need knowledge and understanding, but we also need experience, participation and engagement. In other words, we need a practice.

Beautiful Practice is a multi-disciplinary guide to the art of living skillfully in the modern world. This book will lead you through a progressive series of lessons, each designed to reveal a crucial aspect of living the beautiful adventure of life. Use these lessons to develop a personal practice, refine an existing program or create a new practice from scratch.

This book is for trainers, coaches, classroom teachers, yoga teachers, martial artists, professionals, managers and parents; the ideas in this book will enhance your efforts in any discipline.

So please join in. Sweep the dojo, empty your cup, bow to the mat and let’s begin.

 

Now available in print and Kindle formats from Amazon

 

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