Posts tagged "stability"

Sue Falsone: Scapular Stabilizers

As Sue Falsone ‘dissects’ the scapular stabilizers, you’ll learn why she believes the stabilizing muscles of the shoulder should be looked at from a ...

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.

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.

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Gray Cook: Motor Control and Stability and Prime Mover Training

Gray Cook makes a clear statement: View stability with a strength mentality and you’ll miss the nuances of motor control, coordination and stability and go right into prime mover trai...

Chip Conrad: Pushup and Plank Stability

Chip Conrad tells why he uses planking and pushups to stabilize, support and strengthen the spine and offers advice on the one movement you should you think about when you do push-ups.

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.

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Gray Cook: Corrective Exercise at The Edge of Ability

Corrective exercise should not be a rehearsal of outputs. Instead, it should represent challenging opportunities to manage mistakes at a fundamental level near the edge of ability. Mana...

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