We study functional anatomy to understand how motion is a product of the cause and effects of movement, limitations, compensations, and the resultant actions. Based on an understanding of the continuous thread of connective tissue, adjacent muscles, and soft tissue, we can view motion and begin to ask the very important questions of what?…how?…when?…why? The answers to those questions will guide us in treatment and exercise programming for our clients and patients.
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.
In the over 30 years Dan John has been lecturing and writing about the art and science of strength coaching, he now considers “Now What?” to be his best work. In this lecture, Dan outlines his thinking of what happens after assessment—assessment is important, but then… Now What?
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