In Bridging the Gap from Rehab to Performance, physical therapist Sue Falsone walks the reader through the thought process and physical practice of guiding an injured athlete from injury through rehab and back to the field of play. To both health care professionals and strength and conditioning experts alike, she describes the path as her athletes move through pain and healing toward optimal function and advanced performance.
While studying human function is an evolving and continuous process, comprehension of function will help you view movement from a new perspective that will lead to a paradigm shift in your exercise program design. This book will help you develop consistent skills based on human movement and help you enhance function through creative latitude while adding multiple tools to your productive toolbox.
Immaculate Dissection team members Kathy Dooley and Anna Folckomer teach functional anatomy using a live body painted by Danny Quirk. While covering a wide swath of anatomy instruction, they zero in on internal and external abdominal oblique, serratus anterior and iliacus.
Dan John has been competing and lecturing about the art and science of strength coaching for 30 years and considers Now What? to be his best work. This book is the companion to his Now What? video, and the related books Intervention and Can You Go.
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