Welcome To The Smart Life Institute

The Smart Life Institute is a global health initiative committed to providing sports science solutions for training, rehab, and life.

Life Is A Sport - Play Smart.

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Upcoming 2011 RunSmart Level One Programs in Austin, Texas on 3/06, 5/1, 9/11, and 11/13. Level Two and Three details to be announced!.

Featured Chapter

 

"Running Injuries: Etiology And Recovery-Based Treatment" (co-author Bridget Clark, PT) appears in the recently released third edition of "Clinical Orthopaedic Rehabilitation: An Evidence-Based Approach" by S. Brent Brotzman, MD and Robert C. Manske, PT.

Who Is Allan Besselink?

Physical therapist. Endurance sports coach. Author. Educator. Innovator. Director, Smart Life Institute. Details here.

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Site Migration
Tuesday, 12 March 2013 18:18

It's time for an update! The SLI site is slowly being migrated over to allanbesselink.com in order to consolidate all content and discussions. Please join the community at this new location! For subscribers, both the RSS feed and email feed will change as well - further details can be found here.

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The Smart Life Project
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Monday, 01 August 2011 13:13

In my last post, I outlined the current need for a health revolution. Cost, lack of evidence-based practices, and perhaps greatest of all, cultural change, are the issues preventing a system of health from being sustainable and effective.

We are in need of a change in our approach to health. Over time, we’ve seen the attempts at incremental change. We’ve witnessed this in our recent health care reform debates. But at this point in time, if you continue to do what you’ve done, you will get what you’ve got thus far. And that is a “system” that is broken in many places.

A system of health needs to be seamless along the continuum of health – from disease to the absence of disease. It needs to focus on the mechanisms of health and on optimizing human performance within all contexts of health. It needs to be truly client-focused. It needs to be built on a foundation of learning and transformation at the level of the individual, in order to then foster cultural change socially and politically.

We are in need of a Revolution – and it starts today with the unveiling of the Smart Life Project.

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