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Breathing Practice Digital Bundle

This is a discounted bundle of our products most related to the education of breathing and using breathing drills.

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$89.85 $69.95

Sue Falsone Cervical Thoracic Junction

Sue Falsone The Cervical Thoracic Junction Digital Video

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.

Mark Cheng Prehab, Rehab Groundwork Progressions

Mark Cheng Prehab Rehab 101, The Groundwork Progressions Digital Video

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.

crocodile breathing David Whitley

DAVID WHITLEY FUNDAMENTAL BREATHING PRACTICE

In this discussion of breathing, Iron Tamer Dave Whitley provides first an overview of the breath, then covers three basic breath drills to teach how to regain diaphragmatic breathing. You'll learn crocodile breathing, power breathing and recovery breathing, and be able to use these tools immediately.

coaching breathing practice with Jason Green

Jason Green The ABCs of Breathing

In this lecture, Jason Green covers the basics of why coaching breathing is so important to the fitness practitioner. You'll learn the value of breathing, a brief explanation of breathing chemistry, and an overview of how to observe breathing in your clients, patients and athletes.

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The Free Audio Lecture Collection

This is a bundle of our free audio lectures—mp3 audio lectures, plus typeset transcripts, lightly edited for easier, faster reading.

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Gray Cook schooling

Gray Cook Schooling vs Education

In this free talk, Gray Cook discusses the difference between schooling and education, and explains why we need to participate in both.

Dan John Blending Intervention

Dan John Blending Intervention and Can You Go

In this free talk, Dan John discusses the differences and similarities found in his two books, Intervention and Can You Go.

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote Address

The 2012 International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists Conference was held in Quebec in October 2012. Gray Cook was a keynote speaker. His talk, which provides an overview of his current thinking of Functional Movement Systems, was recorded and provided to us by the Canadian Physical Therapists Association, which you'll find at physiotherapy.ca.

What is the Y Balance Test

Phil Plisky The Development of the Y Balance Test

How did the Y Balance Test come to be? What are we trying to discover with it, and how did it get tied into the Functional Movement Systems program? Y Balance creator Phil Plisky tells the story of his balance screen.

Sarah Young Gabe Skinner crawling for runners

Sarah Young & Gabe Skinner Breathing, Crawling & Getup Training for Runners

This is a discussion between Sarah Young and Gabe Skinner, who both do bodywork as well as training runners. Three of their go-to drills are breathing, crawling and training the getup, and in this talk they'll tell you why those work so well for all of us, but especially for runners.

CK-FMS Gray Cook

Gray Cook Movement Principles Talk, CK-FMS 2013

This is Gray Cook's talk on the movement principles, given at CK-FMS May 2013. It's an overview of his philosophy of movement, and the foundation of the Functional Movement Screen. It was a live talk, and unfortunately the sound quality is not the best.

FMS History, Lee Burton

Lee Burton The History of the Functional Movement Screen

How did the the screen come to be, and how much has it changed over the years? Is it still changing, and what changes can you expect in the future? In this talk, Lee Burton tells us what was going on back in 1997, and what he thought about Gray Cook's early ideas.

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Jennifer Pilotti Higher Quality Personal Training

In this free talk, trainer Jennifer Pilotti discusses her philosophy of learning for personal trainers who work with the general public. On what continuing education should you spend your time and money?

Our Top 5 Best Selling Audio Lectures

This is a discounted bundle of our top 5 all-time best selling audio lectures—mp3 audio lectures, plus typeset transcripts, lightly edited for easier, faster reading.

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$26.75 $19.95

thoracic spine mobility, Sue Falsone

SUE FALSONE THE THORACIC SPINE

Sue Falsone is known among her peers as the go-to gal for T-spine knowledge, and in this lecture, The Thoracic Spine -- The Missing Link to Core Stability, we learn how she got that reputation.

Brett Jones corrective exercise

BRETT JONES CORRECTIVE EXERCISE ESSENTIALS

In planning a program following a movement screen, Brett Jones uses four primary exercise essentials -- not dozens, just four. In this short lecture, Brett outlines his go-to corrective exercise essentials.

Dan John goal setting

DAN JOHN GOAL SETTING

Most of us, and probably all of your clients, don't have any trouble jumping on board with a new plan. Where we usually go wrong is when the enthusiasm wears thin and we discover there was no goal behind the big jump.

training with Charlie Weingroff

CHARLIE WEINGROFF THE TRAINABLE HUMAN SYSTEM

Physical therapist Charlie Weingroff's idea for this lecture was to provide a more complete understanding and perspective of the common denominator of the trainable human system, and perhaps exploit or modify some of the methods people are comfortable using

Gray Cook Movement Philosophy

Gray Cook Developing a Movement Philosophy

Anatomy and kinesiology are important and you need to know it well, but what comes next? Do you then understand the system that governs movement?

Emily Splichal Fascial Tensioning

In this 40-minute talk, podiatrist Emily Splichal talks about proprioceptive training by challenging our thinking of joint stability and unstable surface training.

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$4.95

Gray Cook Complete DVD Bundle, Physical Products

This bundle is a full set of On Target’s Gray Cook physical DVDs, and is a fabulous way to get caught up with all of Gray’s current thinking.

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$624.95 $449.00

Gray Cook & Greg Rose: Three Principles of Movement

Gray Cook & Greg Rose Three Principles You Can Apply to Any Movement DVD

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.

Gray Cook and Dan John Essentials of Coaching

Gray Cook & Dan John Essentials of Coaching and Training Functional Continuums DVD

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.

Stuart McGill Gray Cook Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement

Stuart McGill, Gray Cook & Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement DVD

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.

Gray Cook Alwyn Cosgrove Exercise Program Design

Gray Cook, Lee Burton & Alwyn Cosgrove The Future of Exercise Program Design DVD

After an introduction by Lee Burton and an overview from Gray Cook, Alwyn Cosgrove of Results Fitness reveals how he uses the FMS to get better results, more quickly for his clients. In the video, he presents five case studies of real people he has trained, and shows you exactly how he crafts individualized programs based on the results of the FMS.

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises DVD

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises You Should Know DVD

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 Applying the FMS Model

Gray Cook Applying the FMS Model DVD

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.

Gray Cook Complete Video Bundle, Digital Delivery

This bundle is a full set of On Target’s Gray Cook digital videos, and is a fabulous way to get caught up with all of Gray’s current thinking.

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$371.95 $299.00

Gray Cook & Greg Rose: Three Principles of Movement

Gray Cook & Greg Rose Three Principles You Can Apply to Any Movement Digital Video

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.

Gray Cook and Dan John Essentials of Coaching

Gray Cook, Dan John & Lee Burton Essentials of Coaching and Training Functional Continuums Digital Video

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.

Stuart McGill Gray Cook Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement

Stuart McGill, Gray Cook & Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement Digital Video

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.

Gray Cook Alwyn Cosgrove Exercise Program Design

Gray Cook, Lee Burton & Alwyn Cosgrove The Future of Exercise Program Design Digital Video

After an introduction by Lee Burton and an overview from Gray Cook, Alwyn Cosgrove of Results Fitness reveals how he uses the FMS to get better results, more quickly for his clients. In the video, he presents five case studies of real people he has trained, and shows you exactly how he crafts individualized programs based on the results of the FMS.

EFM DVD

Gray Cook & Erwan LeCorre Exploring Functional Movement Digital Video

This DVD set opens with Erwan LeCorre putting Gray Cook through some of his favorite movement basics. After this introduction, they’ll spend about 45 minutes going through a variety of movement drills that display postural integrity and quality movement patterning. From there, you'll see them demonstrate their authentic movement drills to two athletes who display different movement needs.

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises DVD

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises You Should Know Digital Video

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 Applying the FMS Model

Gray Cook Applying the FMS Model Digital Video

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.

Gray Cook Essentials, Physical Delivery

The Gray Cook Essentials bundle is perfect for those interested in using the Functional Movement Screen with their clients. The Movement book will provide a solid grounding in the theory and principles guiding the FMS, while the Applying the FMS Model video will demonstrate how experts use the screen in real-life scen

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$178.95 $149.00

Gray Cook Movement

Gray Cook Movement Paperback

Screening, assessing and improving movement can reduce injury risk and help people unlock their performance potential. In Movement, Gray Cook outlines his systematic approach for evaluating and improving movement quality so you can create better exercise and rehabilitation programs.

Gray Cook Applying the FMS Model

Gray Cook Applying the FMS Model DVD

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.

Gray Cook Ultimate Bundle, Physical Products

This is the ULTIMATE Gray Cook bundle—ALL of his OnTarget book and DVD products in one discounted package, plus ALL of his digital audio lectures!

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$774.00 $499.00

Gray Cook Toe Touch

Gray Cook What's the Big Deal about the Toe Touch?

When Gray Cook says he doesn't let people deadlift if they can't touch their toes, what's the reason? Is it that big of a deal? Here we get to listen to him tell the story of the toe touch -- why he cares, what he's looking at and how he fixes it.

Gray Cook Movement Philosophy

Gray Cook Developing a Movement Philosophy

Anatomy and kinesiology are important and you need to know it well, but what comes next? Do you then understand the system that governs movement?

Gray Cook 3 Rs

Gray Cook The 3 Rs

Here Gray Cook explains the concept of resetting, reinforcing, then reloading, and tells us why it's a mistake to get these in the wrong order. This talk will also give you an idea of the difference between the FMS and the SFMA, and how the same exercises can be used for different results depending on the situation.

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote Address

The 2012 International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists Conference was held in Quebec in October 2012. Gray Cook was a keynote speaker. His talk, which provides an overview of his current thinking of Functional Movement Systems, was recorded and provided to us by the Canadian Physical Therapists Association, which you'll find at physiotherapy.ca.

mobility, stability, motor control, Gray Cook

Gray Cook What's Behind a Mobility Problem?

Listen in as Gray Cook considers the various ways a mobility problem might begin, and some of the best ways to combat these problems, depending on the underlying cause.

reactive neuromuscular training

Gray Cook Reactive Neuromuscular Training

You've heard of RNT, but do you really know what it means -- How it was created and its purpose? Here Gray Cook explains how RNT came to be used, and his thinking behind reactive neuromuscular training.

Gray Cook schooling

Gray Cook Schooling vs Education

In this free talk, Gray Cook discusses the difference between schooling and education, and explains why we need to participate in both.

Gray Cook Psychology of Movement

Gray Cook The Psychology of Movement

Here's where you can spend a half-hour with Gray Cook as he develops his thinking about the mental aspect of discovering and working through movement issues.

Craig Liebenson, Gray Cook, SFMA, FMS

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook Myths and Misunderstandings about the FMS and SFMA

In this conversation, Craig Liebenson asks Gray Cook the questions he has, and has heard people ask, about movement screening and the medical model of the Functional Movement Screen. This is an in-depth conversation that will answer some of your biggest questions about screening, resetting and reinforcing as taught by Gray Cook.

Gray Cook Athletic Body in Balance

Gray Cook Revisiting Athletic Body in Balance

In this talk, Gray Cook discusses the important points he made in the book Athletic Body in Balance, and follows that with what changes or additions he'd make if he were to re-write the book now, 10 years later.

self limiting exercise Gray Cook

GRAY COOK SELF-LIMITING EXERCISE

In this lecture, physical therapist Gray Cook explains the thinking behind the concept of self-limiting exercise, tells how the idea came to be, and gives examples you can immediately begin to use yourself or with your clients.

CK-FMS Gray Cook

Gray Cook Movement Principles Talk, CK-FMS 2013

This is Gray Cook's talk on the movement principles, given at CK-FMS May 2013. It's an overview of his philosophy of movement, and the foundation of the Functional Movement Screen. It was a live talk, and unfortunately the sound quality is not the best.

Craig Liebenson, Gray Cook, Vladimir Janda

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook Hat Tip to Professor Janda

This discussion begins with references to the Upper- and Lower-Crossed Syndromes, and weaves its way through coaching, competitive sports and clinical patient treatment. Spend a half-hour listening in as Gray Cook and Craig Liebenson talk about what they learned from the work of Vladimir Janda and others, and how they developed that learning into something more.

Gray Cook Craig Liebenson function

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook A Dialogue on Function

This is the first in a series of dialogs between Gray Cook, PT, and Craig Liebenson, DC, in which they share their insights about the origins and evolution of functional movement assessment.

Gray Cook VCU PT talk

Gray Cook VCU Physical Therapy Lecture

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?

Isolation workout training with Gray Cook

Gray Cook Isolation--It's Totally Natural

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.

physical therapists Gray Cook and Joe Heiler

JOE HEILER & GRAY COOK MEANINGFUL IMPAIRMENTS

In this interview-style lecture, physical therapists Joe Heiler and Gray Cook discuss the nuances of function, its definition and how the concept could be applied to rehabilitation and performance.

Gray Cook Apprentice vs intern

GRAY COOK APPRENTICESHIP

A little off his normal lectures, in this short session, Gray Cook talks about professionalism...how we can think and behave in ways the reflect well toward our peers and our clients.

Duke University Physical Therapy, Gray Cook

Gray Cook Duke University Physical Therapy Student Q&A

In this two-hour session, Gray Cook visits with the first- & second-year physical therapy students at Duke University to give them an impression of possible clinical experiences to come, and to answer their questions.

Edo Zylstra and Gray Cook dry needling interview

Edo Zylstra & Gray Cook A Commentary on Dry Needling

By now you've heard of dry needling, but do you know what it's used for? The creator of the KinetaCore® Physical Therapy Education Company, Edo Zylstra, sits down with Gray Cook to discuss how they use dry needling and how they integrate it into their physical therapy practices.

Gray Cook Movement

Gray Cook Movement Paperback

Screening, assessing and improving movement can reduce injury risk and help people unlock their performance potential. In Movement, Gray Cook outlines his systematic approach for evaluating and improving movement quality so you can create better exercise and rehabilitation programs.

Gray Cook & Greg Rose: Three Principles of Movement

Gray Cook & Greg Rose Three Principles You Can Apply to Any Movement DVD

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.

Gray Cook and Dan John Essentials of Coaching

Gray Cook & Dan John Essentials of Coaching and Training Functional Continuums DVD

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.

Stuart McGill Gray Cook Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement

Stuart McGill, Gray Cook & Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement DVD

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.

Gray Cook Alwyn Cosgrove Exercise Program Design

Gray Cook, Lee Burton & Alwyn Cosgrove The Future of Exercise Program Design DVD

After an introduction by Lee Burton and an overview from Gray Cook, Alwyn Cosgrove of Results Fitness reveals how he uses the FMS to get better results, more quickly for his clients. In the video, he presents five case studies of real people he has trained, and shows you exactly how he crafts individualized programs based on the results of the FMS.

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises DVD

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises You Should Know DVD

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 Applying the FMS Model

Gray Cook Applying the FMS Model DVD

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.

Gray Cook Ultimate Bundle, Digital

This is the ULTIMATE Gray Cook digital bundle—ALL of his OnTarget products in one discounted package!

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$481.04 $349.00

Gray Cook Movement

Gray Cook Movement Ebook Files

Screening, assessing and improving movement can reduce injury risk and help people unlock their performance potential. In Movement, Gray Cook outlines his systematic approach for evaluating and improving movement quality so you can create better exercise and rehabilitation programs.

Gray Cook & Greg Rose: Three Principles of Movement

Gray Cook & Greg Rose Three Principles You Can Apply to Any Movement Digital Video

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.

Gray Cook and Dan John Essentials of Coaching

Gray Cook, Dan John & Lee Burton Essentials of Coaching and Training Functional Continuums Digital Video

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.

Stuart McGill Gray Cook Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement

Stuart McGill, Gray Cook & Craig Liebenson Assessing Movement Digital Video

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.

EFM DVD

Gray Cook & Erwan LeCorre Exploring Functional Movement Digital Video

This DVD set opens with Erwan LeCorre putting Gray Cook through some of his favorite movement basics. After this introduction, they’ll spend about 45 minutes going through a variety of movement drills that display postural integrity and quality movement patterning. From there, you'll see them demonstrate their authentic movement drills to two athletes who display different movement needs.

Gray Cook Alwyn Cosgrove Exercise Program Design

Gray Cook, Lee Burton & Alwyn Cosgrove The Future of Exercise Program Design Digital Video

After an introduction by Lee Burton and an overview from Gray Cook, Alwyn Cosgrove of Results Fitness reveals how he uses the FMS to get better results, more quickly for his clients. In the video, he presents five case studies of real people he has trained, and shows you exactly how he crafts individualized programs based on the results of the FMS.

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises DVD

Gray Cook Key Functional Exercises You Should Know Digital Video

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 Applying the FMS Model

Gray Cook Applying the FMS Model Digital Video

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.

Gray Cook Toe Touch

Gray Cook What's the Big Deal about the Toe Touch?

When Gray Cook says he doesn't let people deadlift if they can't touch their toes, what's the reason? Is it that big of a deal? Here we get to listen to him tell the story of the toe touch -- why he cares, what he's looking at and how he fixes it.

Gray Cook Movement Philosophy

Gray Cook Developing a Movement Philosophy

Anatomy and kinesiology are important and you need to know it well, but what comes next? Do you then understand the system that governs movement?

Gray Cook 3 Rs

Gray Cook The 3 Rs

Here Gray Cook explains the concept of resetting, reinforcing, then reloading, and tells us why it's a mistake to get these in the wrong order. This talk will also give you an idea of the difference between the FMS and the SFMA, and how the same exercises can be used for different results depending on the situation.

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote Address

The 2012 International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists Conference was held in Quebec in October 2012. Gray Cook was a keynote speaker. His talk, which provides an overview of his current thinking of Functional Movement Systems, was recorded and provided to us by the Canadian Physical Therapists Association, which you'll find at physiotherapy.ca.

mobility, stability, motor control, Gray Cook

Gray Cook What's Behind a Mobility Problem?

Listen in as Gray Cook considers the various ways a mobility problem might begin, and some of the best ways to combat these problems, depending on the underlying cause.

reactive neuromuscular training

Gray Cook Reactive Neuromuscular Training

You've heard of RNT, but do you really know what it means -- How it was created and its purpose? Here Gray Cook explains how RNT came to be used, and his thinking behind reactive neuromuscular training.

Gray Cook schooling

Gray Cook Schooling vs Education

In this free talk, Gray Cook discusses the difference between schooling and education, and explains why we need to participate in both.

Gray Cook Psychology of Movement

Gray Cook The Psychology of Movement

Here's where you can spend a half-hour with Gray Cook as he develops his thinking about the mental aspect of discovering and working through movement issues.

Craig Liebenson, Gray Cook, SFMA, FMS

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook Myths and Misunderstandings about the FMS and SFMA

In this conversation, Craig Liebenson asks Gray Cook the questions he has, and has heard people ask, about movement screening and the medical model of the Functional Movement Screen. This is an in-depth conversation that will answer some of your biggest questions about screening, resetting and reinforcing as taught by Gray Cook.

Gray Cook Athletic Body in Balance

Gray Cook Revisiting Athletic Body in Balance

In this talk, Gray Cook discusses the important points he made in the book Athletic Body in Balance, and follows that with what changes or additions he'd make if he were to re-write the book now, 10 years later.

self limiting exercise Gray Cook

GRAY COOK SELF-LIMITING EXERCISE

In this lecture, physical therapist Gray Cook explains the thinking behind the concept of self-limiting exercise, tells how the idea came to be, and gives examples you can immediately begin to use yourself or with your clients.

CK-FMS Gray Cook

Gray Cook Movement Principles Talk, CK-FMS 2013

This is Gray Cook's talk on the movement principles, given at CK-FMS May 2013. It's an overview of his philosophy of movement, and the foundation of the Functional Movement Screen. It was a live talk, and unfortunately the sound quality is not the best.

Craig Liebenson, Gray Cook, Vladimir Janda

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook Hat Tip to Professor Janda

This discussion begins with references to the Upper- and Lower-Crossed Syndromes, and weaves its way through coaching, competitive sports and clinical patient treatment. Spend a half-hour listening in as Gray Cook and Craig Liebenson talk about what they learned from the work of Vladimir Janda and others, and how they developed that learning into something more.

Gray Cook Craig Liebenson function

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook A Dialogue on Function

This is the first in a series of dialogs between Gray Cook, PT, and Craig Liebenson, DC, in which they share their insights about the origins and evolution of functional movement assessment.

Gray Cook VCU PT talk

Gray Cook VCU Physical Therapy Lecture

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?

Isolation workout training with Gray Cook

Gray Cook Isolation--It's Totally Natural

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.

physical therapists Gray Cook and Joe Heiler

JOE HEILER & GRAY COOK MEANINGFUL IMPAIRMENTS

In this interview-style lecture, physical therapists Joe Heiler and Gray Cook discuss the nuances of function, its definition and how the concept could be applied to rehabilitation and performance.

Gray Cook Apprentice vs intern

GRAY COOK APPRENTICESHIP

A little off his normal lectures, in this short session, Gray Cook talks about professionalism...how we can think and behave in ways the reflect well toward our peers and our clients.

Duke University Physical Therapy, Gray Cook

Gray Cook Duke University Physical Therapy Student Q&A

In this two-hour session, Gray Cook visits with the first- & second-year physical therapy students at Duke University to give them an impression of possible clinical experiences to come, and to answer their questions.

Edo Zylstra and Gray Cook dry needling interview

Edo Zylstra & Gray Cook A Commentary on Dry Needling

By now you've heard of dry needling, but do you know what it's used for? The creator of the KinetaCore® Physical Therapy Education Company, Edo Zylstra, sits down with Gray Cook to discuss how they use dry needling and how they integrate it into their physical therapy practices.

Gray Cook Audio Lecture Digital Bundle

Auto-University listeners rejoice! This is a discounted set of ALL of Gray Cook’s downloadable audio talks to keep you occupied during your daily commutes.

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$99.10 $59.00

Gray Cook Movement Philosophy

Gray Cook Developing a Movement Philosophy

Anatomy and kinesiology are important and you need to know it well, but what comes next? Do you then understand the system that governs movement?

Gray Cook Toe Touch

Gray Cook What's the Big Deal about the Toe Touch?

When Gray Cook says he doesn't let people deadlift if they can't touch their toes, what's the reason? Is it that big of a deal? Here we get to listen to him tell the story of the toe touch -- why he cares, what he's looking at and how he fixes it.

Gray Cook 3 Rs

Gray Cook The 3 Rs

Here Gray Cook explains the concept of resetting, reinforcing, then reloading, and tells us why it's a mistake to get these in the wrong order. This talk will also give you an idea of the difference between the FMS and the SFMA, and how the same exercises can be used for different results depending on the situation.

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote

Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote Address

The 2012 International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists Conference was held in Quebec in October 2012. Gray Cook was a keynote speaker. His talk, which provides an overview of his current thinking of Functional Movement Systems, was recorded and provided to us by the Canadian Physical Therapists Association, which you'll find at physiotherapy.ca.

mobility, stability, motor control, Gray Cook

Gray Cook What's Behind a Mobility Problem?

Listen in as Gray Cook considers the various ways a mobility problem might begin, and some of the best ways to combat these problems, depending on the underlying cause.

reactive neuromuscular training

Gray Cook Reactive Neuromuscular Training

You've heard of RNT, but do you really know what it means -- How it was created and its purpose? Here Gray Cook explains how RNT came to be used, and his thinking behind reactive neuromuscular training.

Gray Cook schooling

Gray Cook Schooling vs Education

In this free talk, Gray Cook discusses the difference between schooling and education, and explains why we need to participate in both.

Gray Cook Psychology of Movement

Gray Cook The Psychology of Movement

Here's where you can spend a half-hour with Gray Cook as he develops his thinking about the mental aspect of discovering and working through movement issues.

Craig Liebenson, Gray Cook, SFMA, FMS

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook Myths and Misunderstandings about the FMS and SFMA

In this conversation, Craig Liebenson asks Gray Cook the questions he has, and has heard people ask, about movement screening and the medical model of the Functional Movement Screen. This is an in-depth conversation that will answer some of your biggest questions about screening, resetting and reinforcing as taught by Gray Cook.

Gray Cook Athletic Body in Balance

Gray Cook Revisiting Athletic Body in Balance

In this talk, Gray Cook discusses the important points he made in the book Athletic Body in Balance, and follows that with what changes or additions he'd make if he were to re-write the book now, 10 years later.

self limiting exercise Gray Cook

GRAY COOK SELF-LIMITING EXERCISE

In this lecture, physical therapist Gray Cook explains the thinking behind the concept of self-limiting exercise, tells how the idea came to be, and gives examples you can immediately begin to use yourself or with your clients.

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Gray Cook Movement Principles Talk, CK-FMS 2013

This is Gray Cook's talk on the movement principles, given at CK-FMS May 2013. It's an overview of his philosophy of movement, and the foundation of the Functional Movement Screen. It was a live talk, and unfortunately the sound quality is not the best.

Craig Liebenson, Gray Cook, Vladimir Janda

Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook Hat Tip to Professor Janda

This discussion begins with references to the Upper- and Lower-Crossed Syndromes, and weaves its way through coaching, competitive sports and clinical patient treatment. Spend a half-hour listening in as Gray Cook and Craig Liebenson talk about what they learned from the work of Vladimir Janda and others, and how they developed that learning into something more.

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Craig Liebenson & Gray Cook A Dialogue on Function

This is the first in a series of dialogs between Gray Cook, PT, and Craig Liebenson, DC, in which they share their insights about the origins and evolution of functional movement assessment.

Gray Cook VCU PT talk

Gray Cook VCU Physical Therapy Lecture

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?

Isolation workout training with Gray Cook

Gray Cook Isolation--It's Totally Natural

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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JOE HEILER & GRAY COOK MEANINGFUL IMPAIRMENTS

In this interview-style lecture, physical therapists Joe Heiler and Gray Cook discuss the nuances of function, its definition and how the concept could be applied to rehabilitation and performance.

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GRAY COOK APPRENTICESHIP

A little off his normal lectures, in this short session, Gray Cook talks about professionalism...how we can think and behave in ways the reflect well toward our peers and our clients.

Duke University Physical Therapy, Gray Cook

Gray Cook Duke University Physical Therapy Student Q&A

In this two-hour session, Gray Cook visits with the first- & second-year physical therapy students at Duke University to give them an impression of possible clinical experiences to come, and to answer their questions.

Edo Zylstra and Gray Cook dry needling interview

Edo Zylstra & Gray Cook A Commentary on Dry Needling

By now you've heard of dry needling, but do you know what it's used for? The creator of the KinetaCore® Physical Therapy Education Company, Edo Zylstra, sits down with Gray Cook to discuss how they use dry needling and how they integrate it into their physical therapy practices.