Have you ever seen LeBron James jump off of two feet to dunk a basketball whilst running? The answer is no, not even once. This is due to the inescapable fact that human movement is performed on one leg at a time. No matter the type or speed. While I admit that walking requires a split second of two-footed contact, it is not the case for running, jumping, kicking, and changing direction.
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This article is part of a series on the Alexander Technique originally published in the Huffington Post.
North Dakota State won its eighth national championship in nine seasons Saturday, just another accomplishment for college football’s finest modern-day program