Posts Tagged ‘core competencies’
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Rolling Patterns for Core Development and Functional Movement
by Carson Boddicker on May 10th, 2010
Today I had my good friend Dr. Perry Nickelston write about how he utilizes rolling patterns in his practice. Enjoy! In my sports medicine pain laser center I typically see the worst of the worst; people from all levels of athletics and fitness who are suffering with chronic pain. One moment I can see a high end athlete ailing from an injury which is keeping them from game time, and the next I will be with the fitness enthusiast who simply w...
Filed under: Anatomy and Physiology, corrective exercise, Featured
Breathing Pattern Development
by Carson Boddicker on Apr 12th, 2010
Here is a little piece that I recent wrote for my friend Kevin Neeld and his blog. Enjoy! Breathing is a critical piece of the movement equation and is one that has been almost ignored until recently. Many people simply breathe, and call it “good” if they do not suffocate, unfortunately this is far too simplistic as there is a “right” and a “wrong” way to breathe. Unfortunately, we know that the majority of people fall toward t...
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New Article: Core Competencies
by Carson Boddicker on Mar 10th, 2010
In 1990, two men coined a term that would later become a standard term for business students and companies attempting to enter the marketplace. What is this term? Core competency. In the business world, a core competency is a specific factor that a business sees as being central to the way it, or its employees, works. Additionally, for it to be a legitimate core competency in business, it must provide a benefit to the customer, be inimitable,...