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weMove podcast is grounded in the belief that movement is the catalyst to realising a better self. weMove explores the worlds of movement, health and adventure connecting the dots towards living a complete human experience. The strength of the people we connect with isn’t rooted in abstract unattainable philosophies. It’s rooted in the everyday. Their expression of themselves through everyday movement (whatever and wherever that may be) is where the larger things naturally happen. That’s our philosophy. That’s the idea.As we explore these ideas, they may be challenging, they may be confirmation, they may very well be both. Wherever they sit, their difference from the norm plots an alternative path through how to move, live and be. And once we open to that, we can open ourselves up to a life full of play and possibility.weMove to feel alive.

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weMove podcast is grounded in the belief that movement is the catalyst to realising a better self. weMove explores the worlds of movement, health and adventure connecting the dots towards living a complete human experience. The strength of the people we connect with isn’t rooted in abstract unattainable philosophies. It’s rooted in the everyday. Their expression of themselves through everyday movement (whatever and wherever that may be) is where the larger things naturally happen. That’s our philosophy. That’s the idea.As we explore these ideas, they may be challenging, they may be confirmation, they may very well be both. Wherever they sit, their difference from the norm plots an alternative path through how to move, live and be. And once we open to that, we can open ourselves up to a life full of play and possibility.weMove to feel alive.

    Do Less With the Body to get More out - Jill Miller - Episode 63

    Do Less With the Body to get More out - Jill Miller - Episode 63

    Welcome to this weeks weMove podcast. Is something in your body hurting or not clicking right, are you ready to unwind your old assumptions about your body and movement to move forward. This episode might be just what you re looking for. On reflection into how I have tended to do things, I have, up until the last few years been very singular in my activities, life was all about climbing, then about developing a business, that led to running and on and on this went until I felt like I got to the end of the tracks for that way of being. I had no idea what the cost was of the movement/activities I was doing because that was all I was doing. In every instance it led to imbalances and an inevitable break down of the vehicle I was travelling in. My body. And lo and behold this episode is about ways and strategies to regain balance, resilience and connection to what can be done. We are speaking with Jill Miller co-founder of Tune Up Fitness Worldwide and creator of the self-care fitness formats Yoga Tune Up® and The Roll Model® Method. With more than 30 years of study in anatomy and movement, she is a pioneer in forging relevant links between the worlds of fitness, yoga, massage, athletics and pain management. She is known as the Teacher’s Teacher and has trained thousands of movement educators, clinicians, and manual therapists to incorporate her paradigm shifting self-care fitness programming into athletic and medical facility programs internationally. As the creator of some of the world's best mobility tools, she has crafted original programs for 24 Hour Fitness, Equinox, YogaWorks, and numerous professional sports teams. She and her team of 500+ trainers help you to live better in your body with an emphasis on proprioception, mobility, breath mechanics and recovery. This connects well with our Gary Ward episode and also the Rewire Project episode combining new ways of thinking to the worlds of fitness, health and wellbeing. Explore the edges, the opposites and all the grey areas in between. Crossfitters, be uncomfortable in meditation, explore the stillness. Yogi’s? Be under load, lift weights, feel the resistance, feel the opposing forces and experience fully what you and your body can do. Enjoy.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Thoughts on Coach PJ Nestler podcast with Chris and James

    Thoughts on Coach PJ Nestler podcast with Chris and James

    Thoughts on Coach PJ Nestler podcast with Chris and James

    • 22 min
    Remove Control and Jump into the Chaos - PJ Nestler - Episode 62

    Remove Control and Jump into the Chaos - PJ Nestler - Episode 62

    How much in your life do you do that just sucks or you go out of your way to avoid? For the most part we live in or very close to, states of underlying fear, overwhelm and anxiety and they affect our ability to live in our potential and take ourselves to another level. It isn’t the removal of the situations which cause these states that is the key but rather developing the ability to stay calm within ourselves and adapt to the situation which presents itself and move through it with the minimum amount of friction. And we can do this with the right training, the right people around us and as our mentor Tony Molina says, when we have got to the point where we know that change is required and we no longer want to go on living the way we are. And it is under that premise that we release this weeks conversation with performance director for the performance and longevity protocol XPT, Coach PJ Nestler. We have watched XPT develop for a few years now and with two of our good friends @kimmy.moss and @richienorton_ XPT instructors we were delighted to sit with PJ and talk through what the XPT system is, what it can do for individuals and how we have the ability to continuously adapt ourselves to overcome our perceived limits and remain calm in the face of a storm. On the physical surface level we love XPT for its combination of underwater pool training, sauna and ice bath practices and the full range of breathing practices and more, which in and of themselves are great fun to test yourself surrounded by other like minds. But what holds the eternal appeal for us with XPT is the way PJ and the founders Laird Hamilton and Gabby Reece think about life, performance and potential. It connects and resonates with our own views on life, performance and potential and gives another flavour and blend of how physical movement, ice, sauna, breathwork can combine to unlock the potential we all have within us, and the key to unlocking many of the doors is to learn and practice the skills which diffuse the emotions that arise when we face the things which we are so accustomed to running away from.

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Thoughts on Kimmy Moss Podcast with Chris and James

    Thoughts on Kimmy Moss Podcast with Chris and James

    Thoughts on Kimmy Moss Podcast with Chris and James

    • 16 min
    Ice isn't about the cold, it's about who you become - Kimmy Moss - Episode 61

    Ice isn't about the cold, it's about who you become - Kimmy Moss - Episode 61

    This weeks podcast is with Kimmy Moss who is one of the team at Deuce Gym, founder of Breath & Exposure and a kindred spirit for her love of the ice bath and what it does for anyone who steps in and goes inside. We met Kimmy like many of our LA friends through Carl Paoli when he hosted his new seminar the Freestyle Insider in London back in early 2019. Shared ideas and a connection over soccer, for Chris and Kimmy at least led us to want to sit down with Kimmy when we were back in LA and hit record. We talk about her transition from the soccer field to the position of coach and how this has created within her a definite ability to support her athletes to realise something more within themselves, the hidden potential that lies deep beneath the layers of our conditioning and what we think we can do. That idea is something Chris and I believe greatly in and that is also the challenge that we all face to realise the potential inside, the challenge being peeling back those layers that we add over time. And this is where the ice comes in for Kimmy who dabbled with the sports ice bath during her soccer years and then evolved into her coming under the wing of Laird Hamilton and Gabbi Reece with the XPT Fitness protocol which places a great emphasis on longevity and adaptation. Kimmy has now evolved her own method and playbook for how breath work and exposure (both hot and cold) can create strides in our ability to adapt and respond to increasing stress be it performance or life. Love her style, its crisp and clear and holds the athlete in their highest with a hint of eye contact when they feel like backing off from what they can achieve. Who would have thought getting in ice baths would have such a profound effect on the psyche and physiology. It’s something that is for anyone but might not be for everyone. It takes curiosity to seek whats on the other side of discomfort. If you are curious give it a go, find the groups who do it and share in the experience for yourself.w

    • 1 hr 14 min
    Thoughts on Caro Burckle podcast with Chris and James

    Thoughts on Caro Burckle podcast with Chris and James

    Thoughts on Caro Burckle podcast with Chris and James

    • 13 min

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