The agility movement
I'm not trying to get you to think about what you think of as "autonomic issues" when it comes to agility training. I'm just trying to help you find the right type of training program for your body and lifestyle. I'm not trying to sell anything, I just want to be honest about the facts.
When I say "autonomic problems" I'm not talking about things like back pain. I'm talking about the fact that some people just can't move well in any activity they do. When I say "movement disorders" I'm not referring to joint pain or dysfunction, but instead to general problems with muscle coordination and control. So for example, someone who is just not very coordinated in any type of activity, will likely need to be able to make some small movements to improve their movement. I do think there are some people with "movement disorders" who are just too slow in any activity, but this doesn't mean that everyone who has problems will have to be forced to perform a particular type of activity. This is not meant to be a negative statement about any particular sport. I'm only trying to say that I think there is something to be said about the fact that there is a correlation between how well an individual is coordinated in their movements and how well they are able to perform in their sport.