Posts Tagged 'challenge'

The Art of Training- Unscrambling a Scrambled Egg

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My efforts to walk without devices frequently remind me of trying to unscramble a scrambled egg.   An egg cannot be unscrambled because once heat is applied it changes the composition of the egg.   Similarly, I am trying to defy existing patterns and mechanics I have used for 30 years to move and learn new ones.

Posted by Kerry Dec 16, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

The Power of Pushing Limits

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In the past two weeks I’ve had the privilege of observing some of the most elite, well-respected athletes on the planet. I did so for the sake of sport and athleticism, as well as to hope for a single glimpse or sweat droplet that would lead me closer to understanding the likes of these select few. From ultra-marathoners to professional cyclists, it is clear to see that none of them made it very far without breaking some boundaries and pushing their bodies and brains to the most unheard of levels.

Posted by Ryan McLean Aug 29, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

“Congenital or Acquired – Which Would You Choose?”

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Which is a bigger challenge; living with a disability since birth or acquiring a disability over the course of a lifetime?  Congenital versus acquired disabilities. 

Posted by Elizabeth Jan 19, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized 2 Comments