Gray Cook Three Principles of Movement

Gray Cook and Titleist Performance Institute’s Greg Rose take over four decades of experience working with people at all levels across multiple sports and condense it into three powerful movement principles you can use to analyze and improve any movement no matter how simple or complex.

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Gray Cook & Greg Rose – Gray Cook Movement Principles Video – Gray Cook Perform Better Summit

If you’re a less-experienced coach or trainer, the world of fitness and performance training can be a confusing place to be.

There are hundreds of methods, systems, exercises, websites and gurus, making it hard to know who to listen to and how to apply all the information with your clients.

How much easier would your life be if you only had to remember three simple principles in order to change your client’s movement, no matter what the sport, situation or problem?

What if these three simple principles could guide you and provide a clear way forward toward results, no matter how simple or complex the movement?

True masters of any field know that though the methods may be many, the principles are few.

People who understand and have mastered fundamental principles know exactly how to get results because they’re able to avoid confusion, see the real problems underneath and know how best to fix them regardless of the situation.

And when it comes to enhancing human movement, you must learn to do the same.

In Three Principles You Can Apply To Any Movement, two movement masters—Functional Movement Screen co-founder Gray Cook and Titleist Performance Institute co-founder Greg Rose—distill over four decades of experience working with people across multiple sports, at multiple levels, into three principles fitness professionals can use to analyze and improve any movement, no matter how complex, no matter what sport, no matter which individual.

If you’re confused by all the methods, techniques and exercises available to you, watch this presentation by two movement masters and let their three movement principles guide and simplify the way you train your clients. The sooner you have clarity, the better and faster you’ll be able to get results for them.

Meet Your Presenters

Gray Cook is the co-founder of the Functional Movement Screen and has spent the last 20 years both in the gym coaching athletes, and in the clinic treating patients. He is the author of Athletic Body in Balance, Movement: Functional Movement Systems and over a dozen DVD packages. He teaches and consults for organizations, athletes, coaches and physical therapists on his movement philosophy and tools, including the FMS and the SFMA.

Gray Cook

“I have never seen anything like when Gray speaks—he commands a room. You become captivated; the man knows his stuff inside and out. Gray is the KING of analogies and metaphors, making it much easier to truly understand how movement is key to performance and recovery.”
~ Perry Nickelston, Stop Chasing Pain

Greg Rose

Greg Rose is a board-certified Doctor of Chiropractic and holds an engineering degree from the University of Maryland. Greg is the co-founder of the Titleist Performance Institute. He’s also one of the developers of the SFMA and has worked with thousands of golfers over the past 17 years.

What’s Covered in the Presentation

This video is two discs, 126 minutes.


  • Gray’s problem with the FMS tag line he created. pg.7
  • What’s wrong with most people who go through a movement screen. pg.9
  • Is there a competitive advantage to scoring all 3s on the FMS? Gray’s thoughts on pg.10
  • Why athletes do better on video games (it has nothing to do with reaction time or reflexes). pg.10
  • How to increase the amount of sensory information that can be taken in and processed by the body. pg.10
  • A better exercise than jogging for teaching people how to deal with lower body impact forces. pg.12
  • A simple way to tell if someone has poor movement when jogging. pg.12
  • When you shouldn’t bother applying correctives. pg.13
  • One of the biggest mistakes the fitness industry makes when it comes to goal setting and thinking about success. pg.15
  • Internal vs external cues: a simple way to know what to use, when. pg.16
  • Do you need to be good in the gym to excel at sports? Gray’s thoughts on pg.17
  • The difference between the FMS and the SFMA, explained. pg.18
  • What most people with a healthcare problem tend to do. pg.19
  • What to do if you’ve got a client who scored a ‘1’ on the movement screen and has no pain. pg.19
  • What lots of runners do wrong and how Gray helps enhance their running performance. pg.19
  • The only reason to train for distance. pg.19
  • The first mistake Greg Rose typically sees people make in the gym. pg.21
  • A simple way to understand movement enhancement, from Greg Rose. pg.21
  • If the FMS only tests general movement patterns but elite athletes depend on specialized movement to succeed is the FMS still relevant? Greg answers on pg.24
  • How Greg uses the FMS and SFMA with the golfers who come to TPI. pg.25
  • Do athletes need to work toward a ‘21’ score on the FMS? The answer from research done in the NFL. pg.28
  • The difference between the Functional Movement System and most other assessment tools. pg.29
  • The dumbest suggestion recommended to the fitness industry, according to Greg Rose. pg.30
  • Greg and Gray analyze the FMS scores of three volunteers, and then make recommendations. pg.31
  • The reason why people tank so easily in the bear crawl. pg.34
  • Trying to use breathing to restore movement but find it’s not working? Here’s what you need to know about using breathing drills. pg.36
  • The underlying problem with golfers who tend to lean towards the target on the backswing. pg.37
  • The best way to ‘sell’ the FMS to a skeptical supervisor or a colleague who doesn’t get it. pg.41
  • How often to retest someone who has a solid FMS score. pg.42
  • Two categories for medical professionals to segment patients experiencing pain with movement. pg.43

In addition to this valuable presentation, you’ll also get some great extras to help reinforce and complement the knowledge and tools you learned in the presentation.


In addition to the high quality, edited video recording of the presentation, you’ll get—

  • Full Audio Recording of the presentation in MP3 format
  • Full Transcript of the presentation in PDF format
  • The Presentation Slides in PDF format
  • Clickable Link Listing in PDF format

Gray Cook & Greg Rose Video—Get Your Copy Today

If you feel overwhelmed by all the fitness methods and advice and would like three simple principles to guide your programming, let movement masters Gray Cook and Greg Rose show you three principles you can apply to improve any movement—no matter how complex—in their video presentation, Three Principles You Can Apply To Any Movement.

Click below to buy your copy of Three Principles You Can Apply To Any Movement today.


In addition to the high-quality edited video recording of the presentation, you’ll get—

  • Full Audio Recording of the presentation in MP3 format
  • Full Transcript of the presentation in PDF format
  • The Presentation Slides in PDF format
  • Clickable Link Listing in PDF format
  • Fundamental Capacity Screen, an Introduction—9-page PDF excerpt
  • Functional Movement Screen Literature Summary—a 4-page PDF
  • FMS Scoring Criteria, Score Sheet & Verbal Instructions—a 13-page PDF
  • Gray Cook: 10 Movement Principles—a 12-page PDF transcript
  • Movement book preface—a 1-page PDF
  • Gray Cook: Self-Limiting Exercise—a 30-minute MP3 audio recording accompanied by a 7-page PDF transcript. Normally $4.95
  • Gray Cook: Principles (talk given at CK-FMS)—a 30-minute MP3 audio recording accompanied by a 7-page PDF transcript
  • Lee Burton: The History of the Functional Movement Screen—a 22-minute MP3 audio recording, accompanied by a 6-page PDF transcript
  • Phil Plisky: The Development of the Y Balance Test—a 13-minute MP3 audio recording, accompanied by a 3-page PDF transcript
  • Greg Rose: Pain (Perform Better Presentation) Slides—a 36-page PDF
  • Gray Cook: Mobility Stability Warmup Video—two MP4 videos

PLUS more bonuses only when you buy from On Target Publications—

  • Craig Liebenson and Gray Cook : Myths and Misunderstandings about the FMS and SFMA—a 56-minute MP3 audio recording, accompanied by a 15-page PDF transcript. Normally $5.95
  • David Whitley : Fundamental Breathing Practice—a 41-minute MP3 audio recording, accompanied by a 9-page PDF transcript. Normally $4.95
  • Guido Van Ryssegem: Movement Variability—a 47-minute MP3 audio recording accompanied by a 13-page PDF transcript. Normally $5.95

Who Benefits?

Trainers and coaches who use the Functional Movement Screen or are interested in screening clients and athletes


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