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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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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?
This is a collection of the videos from the 6-part Strength in Motion workshop video featuring Joel Jamieson, Patrick Ward and Charlie Weingroff.
Discover what it takes to build a monster of athletic performance and how Charlie approaches the physical development process form multiple viewpoints.
Patrick shares his views on what the “physiological buzzer zone” is and how stress, fitness, fatigue and training all play a role in how athlete responds to training.
Every effective training program starts with an assessment of the athlete’s strengths, weaknesses, needs and goals.
Patrick’s second lecture on the concept of the physiological buzzer zone will take you deep into practical examples of how to apply this concept the real world of training.
One of the most important and yet often overlooked areas of training is program management. The truth that many fitness professionals never talk about is that everyone is an individual and their differences must be taken account on a daily basis if performance is truly to be maximized.
What is “corrective exercise” and how does it fit into the paradigm of physical preparation? In this lecture, Charlie shares his thoughts on what corrective exercise really is and what it isn’t and he demonstrates the best practices using real audience members to show how it should be done.