Improving our brain and body’s ability through staying committed and disciplined to a program of repetitive mirrored movements will empower our ability to excel and achieve what we never dreamed possible.
I share my experience with you to encourage you to begin (if you have not already started) your process of creating new neural pathways and brain reorganization through repetitive mirrored movement.
Engaging in a process of using repetitive mirrored movements to improve the functioning of your brain and body will enhance both your well-being and your quality of life.
I began engaging in the process of repetitive mirrored movements at the age of 40. I am now 61.
Over the course of the past 21 years, I have practiced repetitive mirrored movements by engaging the right and left sides of my body. In the process, I have seen significant progress in my brain and body’s ability to coordinate and execute skills and abilities. In the process, my well-being and quality of life has improved,
By engaging in repetitive mirrored movements I have made progressive improvements in my skills and ability to excel in and accomplish what I never dreamed possible.
Yearly Improvements — Video Documentation
Beginning in 2013, friends have kindly videotaped my progress using repetitive mirrored movements in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. I have asked friends to video tape my progress to document the progress made in each consecutive year, as I have incorporated new skills and abilities. See below links to view these video demonstrations.
I share these video’s to encourage you to not give up on your process of using repetitive mirrored movement. By not giving up on your process (over time) you will be amazed with your process and gains.
About 15 years ago, at the beginning of class, my Sensei (martial arts instructor) shared a quote with the class. That quote has stuck with me.
“The three most important ways to lead people are:… by example… by example… by example.” ~ Albert Schweitzer
I share the below video demonstrations to encourage you to stick with your process.
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with the 1st step. Once we start walking, before long we will be able to look back and see how far we have traveled because we did not give up.” Craig J. Phillips MRC, BA
“Some succeed because they are destined to, but most succeed because they are determined to.” Henry Van Dyke
Yesterday, June 16, 2018, another friend kindly videotaped my progress over the past year using repetitive mirrored movement.
Below is the videotape created on June 16, 2018 by a friend using his cell phone. Click on the picture of me to watch the .45 second presentation.
How I Use the Principle of Neuroplasticity to Create new Neural Pathways and Brain Reorganization
I have been using different martial art disciplines over the past 20 years to engage both the right and left sides of my body. In the process, I have given myself the ability to improve and excel in a whole host of abilities and capabilities. In the process, I have been creating my own martial art style using principles from Muay Thai, Western Boxing, Modern Arnis, Kali, Filipino Stickfighting and Wing Chun.
I began my process of using repetitive mirrored movements through different martial art disciplines in October of 1998.
In August 2013 a friend of mine made a video presentation of the progress that I made using the principle of neuroplasticity. Other friends have helped me to make video presentations of my progress in each year since 2013. Below are links to YouTube presentations of the progress made using repetitive mirrored movements to benefit my mind, body, spirit and emotions. To watch the progress made using the principle of neuroplasticity over the past 5 years, click on the below links.
Below is a link to a powerpoint presentation that I created and am available to present at coming conferences
Below is a link to the slideshow presentation that I created surrounding the topic of neuroplasticity
Neuroplasticity, Small Successes, and Learning/Relearning Skills and Skill Sets Slideshow Presentation
November 22, 2017 I created a slideshow to share the principles of using repetitive mirrored movements. You may watch the slideshow presentation by clicking on this link:.
Neuroplasticity, Small Successes, and Learning/Relearning Skills and Skill Sets Slideshow Presentation Episode 353
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