Natural Equals Good – Logical Fallacy

Natural Equals Good – Logical Fallacy

A logical fallacy is something used in discussion / argument / marketing that sounds supportive but is actually based on a misassumption. For example, assuming something /someone must be good because it’s been around for many years is called an ‘appeal to antiquity’. They are worth recognising as soft tissue discussions are full of them.

RunChatLive Running Conference this Thursday & Friday! Speaker 9 of 10 – Alice Sanvito ‘Putting the Evidence back into Massage for Runners’

RunChatLive Running Conference this Thursday & Friday! Speaker 9 of 10 – Alice Sanvito ‘Putting the Evidence back into Massage for Runners’

RunChatLive International Running Conference: THIS Thursday 29th October and Friday 30th! A fantastically live, fun & interactive online event with TEN internationally acclaimed experts delivering their presentations via Zoom, plus a 90 minute Q&A each afternoon with all ten speakers together on screen! TICKETS include UNLIMITED ACCESS TO THE RECORDINGS, the option of simultaneous translation into Spanish and are available at TherapistLearning.Com. Speaker 9/10 in our countdown is Alice Sanvito with her presentation ‘Putting the Evidence back into Massage for Runners’