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I’ve been reflecting on Thirst’s social media presence recently Why? Well as some of you may have noticed I changed my profile pic on Facebook a few days ago. What a depressing experience…. It got more LIKES than most of my videos and functional research posts ever get. for a brief moment I considered starting

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Travelling again today… I love airports btw Great opportunity to chill, have a coffee and do some people watching or more accurately: gait analysis with luggage tweaks 😉 This time I’m off to Belfast to do a day with the the Northern Ireland Osteopathic Society. We’re going to be looking at a Functional approach to the

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Twas the night before Thirst 4 Function’s Spine & Pelvis course, all the creatures were moving, in 3 planes of course; The keynote was prepared on the Macbook with care, In the hope that coffee and students will soon be there: The course booklets were printed in bright greens and reds; While visions of lunges

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I keep hearing people (and myself for that matter) saying a particular phrase. and it’s time to stop it. And I’m calling you out on it too 😉 What’s the phrase? Well it’s this annoying sucker… “It’s all about finding the work-life balance” I bet you’ve heard it a million times and probably said yourself a

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Great TED talk by Celeste Headlee 10 ways to have a better conversation Simple effective advice and loads of lessons for patient interaction… Just like you get on our courses here: http://thirst4function.com/courses/ So here you go… 1. Don’t Multitask See I told you ^^ Simple and effective 😉 2. Don’t pontificate – enter every conversation

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Day 2 Moscow Upper Extremity report… Primary focus –> Load to Explode The Principle that: Given the opportunity the body will go through a loading phase prior to exploding in the desired direction of motion. This loading allows the body to create more efficient motion. Classic examples of this can be seen in power activities

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