Cartographies of Vigilance
sports & fitness | stress
A couple years ago, Josh Berson broke his foot and at first he thought it would bring him distress. Instead, it gave him a chance to explore the arrhythmic quality of our movements, and how the arrhythmic quality of movement over a number of timescales, from a tenth of a second to days, seasons, and years. In this talk, he shares how he got from self-observation to the view in order to really understand our rhythms of activity at rest and motor readiness or motor vigilance.