Ep 81-Miguel Aragoncillo: Improve Performance and Movement By Going Deeper

Miguel Aragoncillo
Miguel Aragoncillo is a movement and performance specialist, with a deep wealth of knowledge. We sat down to talk about some of the deep rabbit holes in performance vs. regular “strength training”.  We spoke about his seeking to learn more about the off-the-beaten-path books and resources during one of his internships, and how his curiosity has helped him grow massively as a professional. 
From taking an internship with no guarantee of employment after, to learning to take asymmetrical risks, Miguel has been pushing the boundaries as a movement professional by going DEEPER, instead of wider.
We also discussed:
-Evolution and it’s role in movement for an individual -Right Side/Left Side of brain and their roles in movement -How simples, daily tasks effect how performance programs may be built -Why Progressive Overload is not just adding weight or reps to the bar/movement -How learning to move better, aids performance -Why using something OPPOSITE of what you do in your sport/ competition should be one of the main focuses of the strength training program -The context of sensory awareness
And much, much more!
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Menachem Brodie

Menachem Brodie

Coaching since 2000, Menachem Brodie has been working with athletes in a number of settings, and a broad variety of sports.

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