Corrective Exercises – Is Corrective Exercise Real? – Why Should We Do Corrective Exercise?
In this lecture, Brett Jones discusses the art of corrective exercises, beginning on the ground floor of “follow the instructions,” through concepts such as removing the negative, performance versus durability, correcting and conditioning and much more.
“If you have a dysfunctional squat, don’t exercise the squat. It’s really that simple. Apply this concept to all seven screens, and you’ll quickly find that you’ll develop a list of exercises that if somebody’s weakest link, for example, is an active straight leg raise, you’re not going to challenge the hip hinge while you’re trying to correct it. You will be addressing the weakest link in the screen and removing those dysfunctional or asymmetrical patterns.” ~Brett Jones
• Remove the Negative (1:50)
• Performance vs. Durability (4:15)
• Correcting vs. Conditioning (6:00)
• Targeting the Weak Link (7:40)
• Corrective Strategy Algorithm (10:00)
• Challenge vs. Difficult (11:45)
• Corrective Path (13:15)
• Heart Rate Variability (15:55)
• Summary (19:00)
Brett Jones is the head instructor at StrongFirst, a CSCS and an FMS Advisory Board member who works closely with Functional Movement Systems and StrongFirst 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.