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Isolating Movement Patterns, When and Why, Gray Cook

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In this talk, Gray Cook clarifies the difference between isolating a body part or a pattern. He then gives examples of how he uses that difference to work toward success. What’s the difference between bridging, activating the glute and half-kneeling work? Listen in as he explains.

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Isolating Bodyparts – Movement Patterns Vs Body Part Training – Isolating Movement Patterns

Isolating Movement Patterns clarifies the difference between isolating a body part or a pattern. Gray then gives examples of how he uses that difference to work toward success. What’s the difference between bridging, activating the glute and half-kneeling work? Listen in as he explains.

“Let me take you back to the neurodevelopmental sequence. The rolling, creeping, crawling, kneeling, squatting, stepping and standing babies go through is a natural isolation, but it’s not the kind of isolation we do when we ask for specific sets and repetitions in a region of the body. So many of the muscles don’t do in real life what the kinesiology book says they do.” ~Gray Cook

TOPIC MARKERS

• Neurodevelopmental Sequence (1:35)
• Half-Kneeling Stability and Isolation (6:15)
• Bridging Isolation (12:35)
• Psychology of Isolation (18:36)
• Fundamental Movement Patterns (26:28)
• Natural Isolation of the Core (31:00)
• Pattern Isolation (34:50)
• Red Flags (40:45)

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 the creator of over a dozen DVD packages. His two main websites are GrayCook.com and Functionalmovement.com.

Who Benefits?

People who need to understand the difference between isolating bodypart training in bodybuilding and the use of isolating in corrective exercise and rehabilitation

1 review for Isolating Movement Patterns, When and Why, Gray Cook

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    As always, Gray delivers! For those who are already familiar with Gray as a speaker, this lecture fits right in. Gray uses isolation! It’s a a great lecture to expand on the concept that while there is room for isolation, no muscle works on its own. If you need to single out a muscle, or a group of muscles, that’s fine. Just make sure they are reintegrated into the movement patterns because the brain does not know muscles, it knows movement.

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LECTURE DETAILS

Duration: 47 minutes; Transcript: 11 pages; Mp3 file size: 20 MBs

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