21 Sep Tim Anderson – Next Level Performance
(#258) Tim Anderson, multi-book author and co-creator of Original Strength, returns to the podcast this week.
In this week’s session, we discuss practical ways we can all move better, feel better, get stronger, and live a better life. The methods he teaches are simple, scalable, and valuable for all. So, this week Tim came back to the show to tell us about the latest advancements with the Original Strength system, as well as provide tactical tips and take-aways.
Here’s what you learn this week:
- A quick description of the mission Original Strength
- What it means to “Press Reset”
- How the OS system continues to advance
- How the new book builds on previous work
- Why the 3 pillars are foundations to great performance
- How to progress and load the reset movements
- Who the new “performance” system is designed for
- What hooked NFL strength coach Chip Morton with OS?
- Why simple neck nods are so powerful and deceptive
- Understand the role of the vestibular system in performance
- How and why to progress with vestibular training
- What you need to keep your tongue on the roof of your mouth? (Huh?)
- Nervous system vs. vestibular system?
- Who can benefit the most from the new book?
- Specific example of OS Performance in a lifting session
- Learn “one of the deepest wells” of the OS system
- A daily breathing practice that Tim recommends
- Additional resources to learn about Original Strength
- Great closing advice!
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