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  1. https://vimeo.com/kitlaughlin/livhiptransitions (From the program description on Vimeo): A little something made in Friendly Park, right in front of our apartment here in London, on a cold morning. Shot on iPhone 6+, edited in FCPX. We intend to make a huge number of programs when we get home. Liv has been working on transitions—a staple of her "Dynamic Forms" which ran for years at the Australian National University facility in Canberra. It is easy to lose sight of these gems in all the new stuff we are doing, but these kind of transitions (immensely strengthening as well as stretching) have been part of the work for 15 years. I have been working on ballistics (the "90-day challenge on the Forums) and our new variant, "pulsing", for the last two months or so. There is a massive difference between pulsing and ballistics and I feel for most people pulsing is the most efficient way to introduce movement to one's stretching—moving it from static to dynamic. Watch this space!
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