About The Author

I’ve come across a recent discovery that I like to talk a lot when I’m comfortable. Primarily because conversing is the easiest way to acquire knowledge, the joy of good conversation, the joy of sharing, and the ability to open myself up to new things by trial and error.

I’ve also discovered that a lot of people have very limited listening capabilities. We all want to be heard. More so, we all want people to pay attention to us and we all want to become better individuals, oddly, by putting others in a position to critique us. Some of us just want to place ourselves in positions to help others. It’s really difficult for me to enjoy my reasons for talking when I also enjoy learning new things by conversing with others as well.

I’ve also discovered that my favorite topics of conversation are often health related. Fitness mostly, improving one’s body, but going about it in a unique way and all that other b.s. people say about their unique approach on fitness. While I fall victim to the cliche of the whole mind, body, and soul is one thing, and that no one facet of living exists without counterparts and the most powerful and useful way of living displays an understanding of the unity of all energy, I don’t want to share this information with anyone. Instead, I want to be an example. If i fall, I want people to look at me and through my act of falling, learn how not to fall. If I accomplish a great feat, I want others to look at me and understand that it is not about the accomplishment, but what the driving force behind it was; and understand that something greater than myself moved me. For a simple skeletal, muscular, and neurological makeup is not enough to survive this life. We are more just as much as we want more, if not more.

A man will move only as great as the force that moves him. Practice moving, and you will undoubtedly move more. Practice moving more, and you will move better. Practice moving better, you will soon move more and better, without practicing.

In regards to fitness, we all seem to know what strength is and our pursuit of more strength is endless. Strength training philosophies are ever evolving and everyone is an expert in this age. You seek them out to know what they know, and they seek you out to know what you don’t. I am here, because I seek all of you out, to learn from you, grow with you, move with you, change with you and to be an example. What to do, what not to do and if my two cents can inspire growth then I will have done my part. I am here, I am training, I am writing this to be useful not only to you, but to myself.

Though I can not see you, you’ve gained a place within me as a thank you for taking your time to read this content whether you appreciate it or not. I look forward to our growth process.

My name is Kerris by the way but you can call me Kay. I have a deep love of exploring the human body’s capacity and its functional connection to the environment surrounding by employing a movement theory training approach. Discover, be stable, be mobile, and be useful are some key principles I bear in mind. We’ll see if it’s just me who’s crazy or the principles are of some value.

Thank You,

B Safe, B Well,

The Origin will reveal the future from the past. To the Origin, I look.

Kay

4 thoughts on “About The Author

  1. “A man will move only as great as the force that moves him. Practice moving, and you will undoubtedly move more. Practice moving more, and you will move better. Practice moving better, you will soon move more and better, without practicing.”

    Well said.

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