Gray Cook and Titleist Performance Institute's Greg Rose take over four decades of experience working with people at all levels across multiple sports and condense it into three powerful movement principles you can use to analyze and improve any movement no matter how simple or complex.
Former LA Dodgers physical therapist and head athletic trainer Sue Falsone reveals the four common shoulder compensations found in overhead athletes, and demonstrates practical drills you can use to correct them. You’ll also learn how to identify possible issues in the shoulder so you can stop shoulder injuries before they happen.
The cervical thoracic junction is an easily overlooked area that can cause significant problems in the surrounding areas, including shoulder tension and neck pain. Sue Falsone takes her experience working with high caliber athletes and demonstrates practical exercises and strategies you can use to alleviate problems in this area of the body.
In Prehab Rehab 101, Mark Cheng demonstrates five fundamental groundwork progressions. These progressions are based on the neurodevelopmental hierarchy and will ensure that your clients have a solid foundation before moving onto more demanding physical activities.
Gray Cook and Dan John provide tools to identify and iron out weaknesses holding your clients back. Learn how to take the information you get from assessments and use it to prioritize components of your training for maximum effectiveness. Gray and Dan also provide exercise choices, drills and coaching tips so you can put what you learn into practice right away.
Get results for your clients in less time and with less work by focusing on the key functional exercises Gray Cook reveals in this video. You'll also learn when to use them and how to modify them according to the needs of each person.
Gray Cook and Stuart McGill take the stage at Stanford University in a six-hour discussion of their approaches to movement screening, assessment and spine stabilization. In this discussion, Gray and Stuart review the literature surrounding the FMS, and then answer questions about their methods.
This is part four of Dan's IronOnline workshop, the final DVD of the series, in which he shows his sample warm-ups, a few workout varieties, and his famous barbell complexes. Trust me, these aren't your regular Bomber bodypart splits, although over the decades Dave's done his share of barbell rows, presses and dumbbell farmer walks, and he's probably also done our share.
In this presentation, Gray Cook and Brett Jones will show you how to correctly apply the FMS with your clients and use it to develop programming unique to each person. Gray and Brett take people through the screening process, and afterword they give their corrective and programming recommendations so you can see exactly how experts use the FMS.
Second in the four-part DVD set, Dan's kettlebell technique session taught a group of attendees subtle differences in technique. The changes Dan teaches in this 75-minute DVD will significantly affect your kettlebell training results.