The FMS is the Entry Point

A screen sends you in one of two directions, up the pyramid toward skill, or into assessments to determine what to do next. The FMS is the entry point to discover which direction to go. People seemed to really enjoy this simple overview.



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Stanford Event Closing Comments

The only thing harder than opening a seminar is closing it down, because ultimately you remembered by your parting comments. My comments displayed my honor to be in that room at Stanford among my peers. My message was one of communication and accountability. The metrics provide cleaner communication. If our methods are governed by that, then we know who’s accountable for what and when. All the time.

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Assessing Movement Video Clip

When I opened the Stanford talk, I introduced the idea that we shouldn’t talk about methods unless we have metrics to measure success and failure. To some, that message sounds cold and analytic, but placing a number on movement that is clearly defined creates a category that can benefit from the best development program.

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People are amazing!

Jeffco Fitness

Dr Ed Thomas is a real hero of mine. This is him speaking about his passion for physical education and demonstrating a quality youth program.