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Looking at the body as a machine and the mind as a computer does not give the human body the credit it deserves. This represents the mechanist viewpoint that leads us us to the robotic fix the parts approach that then can only lead to a dead end. Today, based on experience, best practice and extensive scientific research we know that the body is highly adaptable and self organizing. All the pieces connect, the mind is plastic and always changing and learning. We have an inherent wisdom to solve movement problems from very simple and remedial to highly complex. As coaches essentially what we do is apply constraints to force the body to adapt. Of course the art and science is to know what constraints to add or remove and when. Frankly that is what makes us all humans, not machines and makes it challenging and fun.