“Harnessing A New Era Of Sports”

“Harnessing A New Era Of Sports”

“Harnessing the Power of Movement”

“A New Era for Sports” implies a new way of utilizing the power of movement in sports that will change the way people play and watch sports.

Sports hold a significant place in society, offering immense potential and responsibility. Yet, amidst the complexity of modern sports, the essence of movement remains fundamental. This simplicity holds the key to transformative change in athletes, organizations, and the sports world.

Enter “Life In Motion” – a philosophy rooted in the purity of movement, adaptable not just to the athletic arena but to life itself. Take, for example, the principle of Ground, which emphasizes the biomechanics of “putting the foot down” for athletes. This mindset extends beyond the field, empowering individuals to establish firm personal boundaries and deepen their connection with our planet.

Self-awareness and action are paramount in today’s world. We invite you to sponsor high school athletes for our upcoming “Life In Motion” online program. Your support will provide deserving youth access to transformative training, nurturing personal growth and resilience on and off the field.

Together, let’s invest in the future of our youth and create positive change. Please get in touch with us today to learn more about sponsorship opportunities and make a lasting impact. Let’s move forward together.

Posted by Armando Hart in Articles, Blog, Movement
Reaching Your Ceiling: A Journey Beyond Physical and Mental Limits

Reaching Your Ceiling: A Journey Beyond Physical and Mental Limits

Hey there, fellow athletes!

As the founder of Life In Motion, I’ve been on quite a journey myself – one filled with highs, lows, and everything in between. Today, I want to share some of my story and shed some light on a topic close to my heart: reaching your ceiling.

Back then, I was a force to be reckoned with on the field. With a 4.2 forty and a 46-inch vertical leap, I had all the physical tools to make it to the pro level. But as many of you know, athleticism alone isn’t always enough. It takes the right mindset, dedication, and sometimes a bit of luck to reach the pinnacle of your sport.

Despite my physical prowess and unwavering determination, I felt I hadn’t quite reached my ceiling. Something was missing – something beyond the physical and mental aspects of the game. That’s when I realized my true calling: to help athletes like you reach your full potential and connect all the dots in your athletic journey.

Competition is healthy, no doubt about it. But what truly sets you apart is your ability to reach your ceiling – to push beyond your limits and unlock your true potential. And let me tell you, it’s not just about running faster or jumping higher. It’s about tapping into your innermost self and cultivating a more profound awareness.

That’s where Life In Motion comes in. Through our innovative program and training methods, we empower athletes to go beyond the surface and explore the depths of their potential. We’re here to help you hone your skills, fine-tune your mindset, and ultimately, become the best athlete – and person – you can be.

So, fellow athletes, I challenge you to look beyond the scoreboard and focus on reaching your ceiling. It’s a journey beyond the field or the court of self-discovery and growth. And with Life In Motion by your side, I do not doubt that you’ll soar to new heights.

Keep pushing, keep striving, and never settle for anything less than your best.

Until next time,

Armando Hart

Posted by Armando Hart in Health and Wellness, Movement, Performance
Identifying Pain: How It Impacts Our Relationships and Performance

Identifying Pain: How It Impacts Our Relationships and Performance

Do you ever snap at others or feel irritable for no apparent reason? Have you noticed that your mood affects your interactions with those around you, including teammates, coaches, and family members? Understanding the role of pain in our lives can illuminate these experiences and help us navigate them more effectively.

Pain comes in many forms – physical, emotional, and mental. It can stem from past experiences, current challenges, or even the anticipation of future events. When left unchecked, this pain can seep into our interactions with others, leading to conflicts, misunderstandings, and strained relationships.

But here’s the thing – recognizing and acknowledging our pain is the first step towards healing and growth. By becoming more self-aware of our pain, we can prevent it from spilling onto others. Instead of reacting impulsively, we can respond with compassion and understanding, fostering healthier and more meaningful connections.

In my journey, I’ve experienced firsthand how unresolved pain can impact my performance – both on and off the field. It wasn’t until I learned to confront and address my pain that I was able to unlock my full potential and thrive in all areas of my life.

That’s why I’m excited to announce the upcoming launch of my online program for high school athletes. This program isn’t just about improving your speed and power – it’s about holistic growth and mentorship. By joining this program, you’ll gain valuable insights into how pain affects your performance and relationships and practical strategies for managing it effectively.

So, if you’re ready to level up your game and take control of your life, I invite you to connect with me today. Together, we’ll embark on self-discovery, growth, and empowerment. Don’t let pain hold you back – let’s unlock your full potential and achieve greatness together!

Posted by Armando Hart

“Put Your Foot Down”

Reconnecting with the Power of Putting Your Foot Down:

In a world that often seems to move faster than we can keep up with, it’s easy to lose sight of our innate abilities. One such ability we often overlook is the simple yet powerful act of “putting our foot down.” This act not only reflects self-ownership but also has a grounding effect, creates personal boundaries, and even contributes to the generation of speed in athletes. At its core, this act is the awareness point of the first maxim of the Hart Method.

The Simplicity and Power of “Putting Your Foot Down”

“Putting your foot down” isn’t just about making decisions or standing up for yourself, although it encompasses these aspects. It’s a profound acknowledgment of your presence and agency in the world. It’s a declaration that you are here, you matter, and your boundaries are to be respected.

This simple act is, in essence, an expression of self-love. It’s a reminder that you deserve to be treated with respect and kindness by others and yourself. It’s a reminder to honor your own needs and well-being.

The Grounding Effect

Grounding is often associated with feeling stable, balanced, and connected with the earth. When you “put your foot down,” you are quite literally grounding yourself. It’s a physical and psychological connection to the world around you. It’s a reminder that you are firmly rooted in the present moment.

This simple act can bring us back to ourselves in a fast-paced world where we can feel overwhelmed and disconnected. It helps us regain our sense of presence and find our balance in the chaos.

Creating Personal Boundaries

Personal boundaries are essential for maintaining healthy relationships and protecting your well-being. When you “put your foot down,” you set a clear limit. You’re signaling what you will and will not tolerate and communicating your needs.

This act is an act of self-assertion and self-care. It’s about ensuring you’re treated respectfully, and your needs are acknowledged.

Speed Generation in Athletics

But “putting your foot down” isn’t just about psychological and emotional empowerment; it also has tangible benefits in sports and athletics. Forcefully striking the ground with your foot is critical to generating speed and power.

In the world of sports, speed is often the differentiator between the good and the great. Athletes who can efficiently transfer energy into the ground by “putting their foot down” propel themselves forward with greater force and speed. It’s a fundamental skill that can significantly impact an athlete’s performance.

The First Maxim of the Hart Method

This act of “putting your foot down” is not just a random occurrence; it’s the awareness point of the first maxim of the Hart Method. This maxim is the foundation of my up-and-coming “Life in Motion” online program. It’s about understanding the power of grounding, self-ownership, and personal boundaries in sports and life as a whole.

By reconnecting with this innate ability and making it a conscious practice, we can unlock a world of possibilities, from increased self-respect and personal empowerment to better athletic performance. It’s a small act with a profound impact, and it’s time we recognize and harness its potential for a better life in motion.

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Join Our Future Vision

Embrace the Vision: Transforming Athletes, Schools, and Beyond

At “Life in Motion,” we believe in a vision beyond the playing field. Our vision is to revolutionize how athletes, schools, and organizations engage with the fundamental drills that form the foundation of athletic performance. We’re here to inspire athletes and coaches to be more than just physically fit; we’re here to help them embody a higher degree of integrity, resilience, and personal power.

For Schools and Students, Imagine a world where school athletes excel in their chosen sport and emerge as individuals of unwavering integrity and resilience. Our vision includes integrating the “Life In Motion” program into school systems, empowering student-athletes to discover the profound purpose behind every movement. It’s about nurturing a generation that understands the importance of these fundamental drills, not just in sports but in life itself.

Our vision for Sports Organizations, Clubs, and Brands doesn’t stop at schools. We aim to extend the “Life In Motion” program to sports organizations, clubs, sports brands, and corporations that share our commitment to change the world through the fundamentals of movement in athletes. This is about building a community that believes in the transformative power of mindful movement, and we invite you to join us.

The Power of Connection and Grounding At the core of our vision is the belief that we’re all connected and grounded on this planet. We embrace eight principles – Ground, Gravity, Integrity, Joy, Harmony, Freedom, Action, and Now – that underpin every movement and every action we take. We aim for humanity to embody these principles daily, creating a more harmonious world.

Join Us in the Journey This is a call for action and collaboration. We’re inviting you to become part of a team that’s inspired to take action with us. Let’s work together to make a difference in sports, education, and beyond. Together, we can build a future where athletes, students, and individuals everywhere become masters of their movements, minds, and lives.

What are we looking for?

Marketing and Promotion, Program Development, Content Creation, Website Development and Maintenance, Customer Support, Administrative Tasks, Instructors/Coaches, Community Building, Technical Support, Legal and Compliance, Financial Management, Partnerships, Market Research, Evaluation and Measurement, Scaling Strategy, Social Responsibility and Inclusivity, Quality Control, Resouce Allocation, Technology Integration,

Join us on this transformative journey. Let’s create a team inspired to take action, make a change, and empower the world through the fundamentals of movement.

Posted by Armando Hart

Sound and Space

Yve and Armando Hart bring you “Sound and Space” at TOHA (Temple of Healing Arts.) 




SOUND vibrations are one of the most powerful healing tools we have on the planet.  

Humanity is yearning for RE-CONNECTION.   

Give yourself permission to receive.

Sound was the first sense that we developed in the womb and it’s time that we reconnect and experience a rebirth through sound.  

“Immersing myself in the sound bath experience catapulted me into a new reality where I feel empowered and clear to own and harness my gifts as a coach, trainer, and healer.  It gave me the fortitude to stand firm in my capacity as a human to reconnect with my environment in a powerful way.”

Armando Hart

Sound heals, community heals, let’s fly together!

Saturday, June 25th

8:00 pm-9:30 pm

Temple of Healing Arts

Paypal link: https://paypal.me/armandohart88?country.x=US&locale.x=en_US

Posted by Armando Hart

Earn Your Wings Working The Shoulders

We go deep at The Hart Method. Watch the two Youtube videos on how to take a simple shoulder workout into an applicable approach to every goal and life. Remember to go at your own pace and determine your own amount of sets, repetitions, and resistance.

I know times have been challenging and difficult for many of us.  I can relate to the challenges that we all face to get inspired, motivated, and connected. 

Like always, I remain dedicated to my work.  I have committed myself to provide you with ways and ideas to maximize results on all life levels. 

I have linked two videos to view, so you may ignite a workout routine that can make a huge difference in getting you on the right track.  Watch how a simple 5-minute shoulder routine can lead to results in many areas of your life. 

Sometimes we just need a little spark to get the fire going.  

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Go through the full range of motion.

This concept of going through the full range of motion is a part of the FREEDOM maxim of my training program, The Hart Method.  What’s happening in the world right now is a great opportunity to connect to this concept by not living in fear and reacting to the situation we may find ourselves in.  It’s easy to judge our situation and tell ourselves that we shouldn’t be going through this, but the reality is that we are. Going through the full range of motion with our responsibilities, our relationships, our work, and our emotions looks different for each and every one of us, but the opportunity is there.  I am starting small. I am starting by going through the full range of motion with the process of sleep and eating a cooked meal. Small changes can lead to huge leaps. Ask yourself, Where am I not going through the full range of motion? You can start there. Remember, that the goal is to optimize the outcome by going through the full range of motion in the moment.  


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How to stay active during “inactivity.”

Being locked down in your home has nothing to do with gaining weight or experiencing a low sense of well-being. Click below for my tips!

Posted by Armando Hart
Coaching Myself

Coaching Myself

The last three years have been the most difficult years of my life due to my wife getting diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer. Traveling to Mexico for treatment and a lumpectomy, a year later a mastectomy, and now metastasized cancer in her bones and other parts of her body. As a family, we made the choice to put our careers to the side and focus on funding her treatments with our savings. After thousands and thousands of dollars going towards her healing, we have depleted our accounts. We have managed to keep on track with her treatments with the help of community, friends, and family. As a Man, I have struggled with this but at the same time feel a tremendous sense of gratitude. At times, I have felt out of control, powerless, and there have been numerous times where I had to swallow my pride and ask for help. I’m in the process of rebuilding and continuing with my career and the vision I have for my life while I support my wife’s process of healing. It has not been easy but we trust that we will have our needs met.

For years before her diagnosis, we were planning to sell our home and move into a bigger space where we can possibly bring in another child but my wife is not able to birth due to the medication that she is on. We decided to move forward with the sale of our home as we found a property with two homes on one lot. Because of our financial state and her health, we had no business making this move but my Father in law offered to help. It was perfect as my Father in law would live in one house and my family in the other. It was a win-win for all. Our vision is to use our home for community events and possibly adopt a child in the future. My Father in law is funding the construction of the two homes and I’m helping with the managing of the project. Thinking of the possibilities is exciting and I look forward to our new home.

What now? I have been challenged spiritually, mentally, physically, financially, and socially. There have been times where I have gone to the edge of my thoughts to the point where I thought I was losing my mind and losing touch with myself. My spiritual practice has been a savior. In my darkest times, I have found a tiny space of emptiness and that has been my doorway to my sanity. That emptiness is why I practice meditation and being present. When life gets chaotic and dark, it’s almost impossible to connect with that emptiness but the more you practice, the better chance you have of connecting with it. That empty space is who we truly are, a field of possibilities.

For this beginning part of 2020, I will be coaching myself through my own program, The Hart Method. I will be documenting my process and sharing it with you on social media. I will be sharing my journey of how the 8 maxims of The Hart Method will apply to all aspects of my life in mind, body, and spirit as I move forward toward my goals, vision, and intention. I’m excited to share, be transparent, authentic, and vulnerable. I hope that you follow my journey and that you receive some value in it for yourself as you move forward in your life. 2020, the year of moving the vision forward. Stay connected!

Posted by Armando Hart in Health
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