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Gray Cook VCU Physical Therapy Lecture

Reconsidering the Way We Look at Movement

This Gray Cook lecture was recorded live at the VCU School of Medicine Physical Therapy department, during which he outlined his hope for the future of physical therapy and strength and athletic training programs. When should we seek medical attention; when should we prescribe or practice corrective exercise? Do we have a checklist, or is there one on the horizon?

“What I want to do—more like a philosophical situation—is to try to deconstruct a lot of the opinions we have about words like function, testing, screening and assessment. I want to see if we can pull them out of what we’re doing, polish them off, clean them up a little, reinsert them and see if what we’re doing maybe looks a little different.”~Gray Cook

LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 110 minutes; Transcript: 30 pages; Mp3 file size: 251 MBs
This package includes a PDF of the powerpoint presentation used in the live talk

TOPIC MARKERS

• Screening for Risk Factors (5:45)
• Asymmetry as an Injury Predictor (9:40)
• Manual Therapy Considerations (12:40)
• The Need for a Movement “Check-Up” (16:45)
• Evolution of Workouts (23:35)
• Developmental Foundation (27:25)
• How to “Practice” (29:30)
• A Little bit of History (32:10)
• Consider Patterns & Parts Equally (35:50)
• Mobility, Stability, and Motor Control (39:45)
• Vertical Leap Study (42:55)
• Squatting Deep (48:50)
• Movement is Behavior (51:25)
• Standard Operating Procedure (54:20)
• Advanced Pattern Recognition (59:20)
• Screening, Testing, and Assessing (1:04:20)
• Defining Function (1:10:45)
• Changing Perception to Change Behavior (1:17:50)
• Don’t Strengthen Stabilizers (1:23:10)
• Motor Control (1:25:10)
• James Cyriax (1:27:05)
• Pain (1:29:10)
• FMS, YBT, SFMA (1:32:15)
• Three Principles of Movement and Wrap-up (1:38:35)

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LECTURER BIO

Gray Cook consults with professional and university coaches and athletes, and teaches on various aspects of physical therapy, sports medicine and performance enhancement. His over-riding philosophy is that movement professionals must first understand human movement patterns. He’s the author of Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, Corrective Strategies and Athletic Body in Balance and is the creator of over a dozen DVD packages. His two main websites are GrayCook.com and Functionalmovement.com.

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Reconsidering the Way We Look at Movement

This Gray Cook lecture was recorded live at the VCU School of Medicine Physical Therapy department, during which he outlined his hope for the future of physical therapy and strength and athletic training programs. When should we seek medical attention; when should we prescribe or practice corrective exercise? Do we have a checklist, or is there one on the horizon?

“What I want to do—more like a philosophical situation—is to try to deconstruct a lot of the opinions we have about words like function, testing, screening and assessment. I want to see if we can pull them out of what we’re doing, polish them off, clean them up a little, reinsert them and see if what we’re doing maybe looks a little different.”~Gray Cook

LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 110 minutes; Transcript: 30 pages; Mp3 file size: 251 MBs
This package includes a PDF of the powerpoint presentation used in the live talk

TOPIC MARKERS

• Screening for Risk Factors (5:45)
• Asymmetry as an Injury Predictor (9:40)
• Manual Therapy Considerations (12:40)
• The Need for a Movement “Check-Up” (16:45)
• Evolution of Workouts (23:35)
• Developmental Foundation (27:25)
• How to “Practice” (29:30)
• A Little bit of History (32:10)
• Consider Patterns & Parts Equally (35:50)
• Mobility, Stability, and Motor Control (39:45)
• Vertical Leap Study (42:55)
• Squatting Deep (48:50)
• Movement is Behavior (51:25)
• Standard Operating Procedure (54:20)
• Advanced Pattern Recognition (59:20)
• Screening, Testing, and Assessing (1:04:20)
• Defining Function (1:10:45)
• Changing Perception to Change Behavior (1:17:50)
• Don’t Strengthen Stabilizers (1:23:10)
• Motor Control (1:25:10)
• James Cyriax (1:27:05)
• Pain (1:29:10)
• FMS, YBT, SFMA (1:32:15)
• Three Principles of Movement and Wrap-up (1:38:35)

SAMPLE

Here’s a short clip to give you an idea of what this lecture sounds like:

LECTURER BIO

Gray Cook consults with professional and university coaches and athletes, and teaches on various aspects of physical therapy, sports medicine and performance enhancement. His over-riding philosophy is that movement professionals must first understand human movement patterns. He’s the author of Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, Corrective Strategies and Athletic Body in Balance and is the creator of over a dozen DVD packages. His two main websites are GrayCook.com and Functionalmovement.com.