Posts tagged "mobility"

Adam Wolf: Hip Motion in Gait

Adam Wolf gives a quick assessment of hip motion in gait, using the pelvis and femur as reference points for bone-to-bone and side-to-side comparisons.

Charlie Weingroff: The Joint-by-Joint Approach to Training

Charlie Weingroff’s quick take on Gray Cook and Mike Boyle’s Joint-by-Joint Approach; What it is and what it means to your training program.

Adam Wolf: Neurological Changes vs. Structural Changes – Hardware or Software

When we touch people, we're affecting structure. But more times than not, gains in mobility come from neurological changes. Adam Wolf gives a hands-on example to take the focus from har...

Gray Cook: Movement Habits and Repatterning

Gray Cook advises you to look for lifestyle problems before you program correctives for your clients. If you’re trying to repattern without looking at habits and posture, you’re not...

Gray Cook: Movement Minimums

Gray Cook explains how managing movement minimums gets to the root of movement problems and gets your clients closer to their goals.

Mark Cheng: Cross Crawling

Mark Cheng gives great coaching cues for cross crawling and explains why you should be using it to engage your clients’ mobile stability.

FMS Gray Cook toe touch

Gray Cook: Get The Toe Touch Before You Teach The Deadlift

Stiffness is there for a reason . . . When you correct the mobility, do you check the stability? Gray Cook walks you through an example by using the toe touch as a precursor to the dead...

Sophia Drysdale weight training for women

Sophia McDermott Drysdale: 6 Reasons Why ALL Women Should Perform Resistance Training

From fat burning to better sleep, Sophia Drysdale looks at the main reasons why women should be performing resistance training. Training tips are included that will help keep you and yo...

Lee Burton: Balance and Stability in the Older Client

Lee Burton: Balance and Stability for Older Clients

Lee Burton looks at mobility restrictions and the resulting compensations and discusses the training implications of seeking balance and stability for older clients.

Greg Dea: Volleyball Shoulder Injuries

Approximately 43% of volleyball athletes will have shoulder pain in any competition week. You’re not supposed to have pain in your shoulder when you play volleyball. It’s common, bu...

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