Brett Jones Correctives – Importance of Corrective Exercise – Key Corrective Exercises
In planning a program following a movement screen, Brett Jones uses four primary exercise essentials — not dozens, just four. In Key Corrective Exercises Essentials, Brett outlines his go-to corrective exercises essentials.
“Really good half-kneeling posture and position will get you more than just banging out 15 mindless chops or 20 mindless lifts. Nail the posture of half-kneeling—a straight line from the knee to the hip to the shoulder to the ear. The pelvis is balanced both front to back and side to side. The front foot is light. You’re as narrow as you can be, so you’re challenged at the edge of your abilities and still successful, and not falling over.” ~Brett Jones
• Chopping & Lifting (1:40)
• Set-up is Key (2:40)
• Deadlifting (5:20)
• Rolling (7:10)
• Breathing (8:30)
• Summary (11:30)
• Fifth Corrective Exercise Essential? (12:05)
Brett Jones is a Master RKC, a CSCS and an FMS Advisory Board member who works closely with Functional Movement Systems and Dragon Door presenting at events and preparing course materials. He’s known as a strength guy, with a lot of grip and bodyweight exercise skills. You can learn more at his site at appliedstrength.blogspot.com.
Doug Barsanti –
I have the same issue that many likely have when they start applying FMS – which corrections to use? Brett boils it down to four fundamental corrective exercises. It just doesn’t get any more simple than that.
Great work of making a complex topic seem very very simple – looking forward to more of the same.