Utilizing a Constraints-Led Approach in American Football: Why it’s so much more than just playing the game

Back in the middle of May, I was blessed to have the opportunity to host the second annual Sport Movement Skill Conference in St. Paul, MN. As part of this year’s event, I invited thought leaders to represent both of the major, predominant sides of the theoretical fence in movement behavior; an Ecological Dynamics, Constraints-Led…

Respecting the movement problem

It’s hard to believe I’ve now been analyzing and discussing the movement execution of NFL players publicly on this blog for the past five years. When looking back at the points of emphasis within my breakdowns (whether it’s in the ‘plays of the week’ or in individual player movement analyses) over that time, I am…