Episode: 128: Ultimate Instability (with Paul Venner)


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128: Ultimate Instability (with Paul Venner)

One of the paradoxes of training is that you can build stability through destabilizing an athlete. Paul Venner has taken the concept to the next level as founder of the equipment company Ultimate Instability and head of athletic performance for the Dutch Baseball and Softball Federation. He joins us on this episode of the podcast to discuss stability, motor learning, the concepts of his mentor Frans Bosch, and how strength coaches can bring value in these areas. For more information on this topic, read the complete show notes at: http://www.hmmrmedia.com/2017/11/hmmr-podcast-episode-128-ultimate-instability-with-paul-venner/

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