Gray Cook & Erwan Le Corre Exploring Functional Movement – Erwan Le Corre Video – What is Functional Movement
Featuring Gray Cook & Erwan Le Corre
A Functional Movement Systems production
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This video set opens with Erwan LeCorre putting Gray Cook through some movement basics. After their introduction, they’ll spend about 45 minutes going through a variety of movement drills that display postural integrity and quality movement patterning.
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Now that we have an impression of authentic movement, in Disc 2 we see Erwan putting two people through structured, progressively more difficult drills. In this disc, we’re invited to participate as he instructs us through a challenging set of ground-based MovNat maneuvers. We see the improvement in symmetrical movement over the course of the 90 minutes, and we get to listen in as Gray provides a few pointers. He’ll also give us his commentary to tie this work in with Functional Movement Systems.
How do you use this material in your gym or with your gym-based clients? For Disc 3 we move indoors, where Erwan shows how us to replicate these ground-based drills using common gym tools. Gray will teach us how to scale these movements as Erwan demonstrates, and through it all, Gray explains the connection with the movement screening model.
Disc 3 comes with the 41-page Exploring Functional Movement Exercise Manual. This comprehensive material defines the terms, separates the 37 exercises into movement categories, explains the practical applications, points out the important aspects of each movement, notes the relevant FMS tests for each exercise, and provides a concise table of the material by movement types and FMS patterns.
You’ll also find a 21-page introduction to Erwan Le Corre’s MovNat physical education system and movement efficiency principles, plus eight articles by Gray Cook, which he feels are important in learning the concepts found on the Exploring Functional Movement video.
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- Introduction—13 minutes
- Live coaching session 1—27 minutes
- Gray tells us what to expect to learn from the video
- Erwan opens with reconnecting with the ground drills
- Bodyweight shifting, rocking, rolling, kneeling positions and recap
- Live coaching session 2—20 minutes
- Hierarchy of movement skills (locomotive, manipulative, combative)
- Postural integrity, efficient quality movement patterning
- Log drill
- Gray recaps the first disc
- Introduction and discussion of mindfulness
- Erwan teaches the disc one drills to two students while Gray adds his commentary
- Gray explains the learning found in the first section
- Erwan shows the drills in a live coaching session
- Credits and bloopers
Video 3 comes with the 41-page Exploring Functional Movement Exercise Manual. This comprehensive material defines the terms, separates the 37 exercises into movement categories, explains the practical applications, points out the important aspects of each movement, notes the relevant FMS tests for each exercise, and provides a concise table of the material by movement types and FMS patterns. You’ll also find a 21-page introduction to Erwan Le Corre’s MovNat physical education system and movement efficiency principles, plus eight articles by Gray Cook, which he feels are important in learning the concepts found on the Exploring Functional Movement video.
Gray explains the “What & Why,” the relevance of breaking down the patterns, and describes the MovNat & FMS certifications.
The bulk of dthe third video is the comprehensive exercise library—exercises categorized by type discussion and the developmental path. These are indoor movement drills, demonstrated by Erwan in Gray’s physical therapy clinic.
Half backward roll from lying; backward and forward roll from lying; forward roll from standing
Supine incline crawl; supine lateral crawl
Supine creeping; low creeping; creeping on a beam; creeping on a bean over an obstacle; creeping under an obstacle
Prone press-up rotations; supine flexed rocking; rotational rocking; flexed side sit transitions; tall split kneeling rotations; standing to half-kneeling; hanging side swing; deep squat to low kneeling (loaded); deep squat to low kneeling (relaxed); deep squat to half-kneeling transition; deep squat to straight-leg sit; deep knee bend to tripod on beam; tripod-style getup; deep squat to low half-kneeling; deep squat to half-kneeling advance
Deep knee bend; deep knee bend on a beam; deep squat; narrow base deep squat, split-squat on a beam; split-squat turn on a beam; split-squat reach on a beam; forward stepping under; lateral stepping under; confined space stepping over; restricted space stepping over; stepping over obstacle on a beam.
Practical and useful tools to considered in our training base on natural movement . Great material and a number of skills which we should all use to increase our freedom of movement.
Carol Todor –
Thank you for the well explained and demonstrated information. It answered a lot of questions that have been unanswered through usual fitness activities. Training for life or training for a sport or specific activity, there is a difference and we can all benefit by adding training for life, as that is what we all have in common.
Zayd Jawad –
This lecture was absolutely fantastic. From the moment it started one could see it was going to be a plethora of real knowledge to be used in the real world. There is truly nothing to complain about, and all the praise to be given. Gray Cook and Erwan Le Corre have created a resource where one could instantly spark his body into freedom. This series is the perfect tool for anyone looking to, as Erwan so eloquently said, become healthy, strong, happy, and free.