Movement Prep – FMS and Movement Prep – Correctives in Movement Preparation
This lecture is about using movement preparation to correct and improve movement deficiencies. Joe Sansalone links the FMS, corrective strategies involving joint mobility and core stability, and classic movement preparation drills into an organized format that corrects movement pattern weak links while preparing the body for the demands of the training session.
“We start with mobility. Get mobility first. Then, re-activate and insert some stability where it’s needed. Then, teach individuals to own and use that mobility and stability through patterns. This dynamically prepares for the day’s training. It brings the most efficient set of movement patterns to the training session.”~Joe Sansalone
• Components of Movement Preparation (1:35)
• Movement Preparation vs. Movement Efficiency (3:25)
• Movement Efficiency Format (6:30)
• Getting it to ‘Stick’ (10:50)
• Quick Review (14:10)
• Addressing Mobility then Flexibility (17:05)
• Activation & Patterning (18:35)
• Continue Monitoring (20:30)
• Movement Preparation Argument (22:05)
Joe Sansalone is the owner and performance enhancement training director of Optimum Performance Training Institute (OPTI) in Columbia, Maryland. He is part of the FMS staff, a level 2 RKC, Level 1 coach with USAW, holds certifications in the NSCA, ACSM, ACE CPT, CK-FMS and is a 4-Phase Athletes Performance Mentorship graduate. You can catch up with him at the Optimum Performance Training Institute website.