Applying the FMS Model DVD
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4-disc DVD set, a joint project from Movement Education Group and Functional Movement Systems
A properly executed movement screen provides a unique perspective, and in this workshop Gray shows us how to use the basic technology as a tool to develop programming unique to each individual. But itís much more than a movement screen discussion, because what Gray is best at is seeing how people move, how we learn to move, and how we re-learn movement. Heís gifted at explaining what most of us donít even see, and youíll find yourself pausing the video over and over to stop and ponder concepts that he makes sound obvious, but that youíve never considered.
Only about a third of the room had been through the Functional Movement Screen workshop. You don't need to be FMS certified or even use the screens to benefit from this material. Certainly people who use the screens will get more practical use from the workshop, but Gray's off-the-cuff pearls and insights? Over and over I found myself stopping to think through these simple-sounding ideas.
I was at the live event, listened to the audio file, edited the text file and worked through the video seven or eight times, and each time I discovered something new, something I missed the other times or that had a deeper meaning as I got more familiar with the ideas. For many trainers, strength coaches and medical professionals, this material could be the key to how you work with clients patients and athletes in the years to come.
The workshop covers the age spectrum of fitness clients, post-rehab clients and athletes of all levels. With tremendous insight and enthusiasm, Gray discusses the logic of movement that all of us share. And because this movement logic is common to all of us, youíll be able to apply this new material in your work the very next day.
4-disc DVD setónearly 4 hours, plus bonus material
Filmed live at a Perform Better Summit Workshop
Disk One, 1 hour & 3 minutes
Standard Operating Procedures
Stabilization and Repatterning
Our Movement History
Disk Two, 1 hours & 5 minutes
Functional Movement Screen Review
Scoring the Screens
Filters and Key Points
Programming the Results
Disk Three, 1 hours & 12 minutes
Screen Results Analysis
Order of Screen Priority
Hip Hinge and Deadlift Strategies
Movement Motor Learning
Disk Four, 35 minutes of video plus data files
Extra corrective strategies footage
Full lecture in MP3 audio format for listening in your car or on your portable device
Full lecutre in text: 61-page typeset transcript
Movement Principles excerpt from the Movement book
FMS scoring criteria and verbal instructions
Presentation slides PDF
Video clips from Grayís Powerpoint presentation
Self-limiting activities chart