Posts tagged "assessments"

Zac Cupples: Continuing Education—The Complete Guide to Mastery

Continuing Education classes are an investment that you should use to their full potential. Zac Cupples cuts through the content and shares his secrets for...

Mark Cheng: Cues and Tips for Sphinx Position Drills

With proper cuing, the sphinx position is perfect for core stability progressions and can help identify asymmetries. Mark Cheng makes it easy for you.

Craig Liebenson: Assessment, Analyzation and Prioritization

For Craig Liebenson, assessment is about efficiency. Expect to get results, and don’t be surprised by them when you get them.

Eric Beard: Standing Postural Assessment

Looking for a quick postural assessment to easily see your client’s asymmetries? Spend two minutes with Eric Beard and you’ve got one.

Stuart McGill: Testing Athletes with Jumps

The Olympic lifts require a state of relaxation and Stuart McGill has an interesting way to screen for its presence: box jumps.

Adam Wolf: Shoulder Impingement and Humeral Head Positioning

Adam Wolf demonstrates a simple assessment to observe asymmetries in shoulder mobility and anatomical causes of shoulder impingement.

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Dan John: Training Economics

People are always trying to sell you a magic pill to get you leaner, faster, stronger. The truth is, as far as training is concerned, a long-term vision is far better.

Lee Burton: The FMS is the Entry Point

Lee Burton uses the FMS Performance Pyramid to demonstrate how the Functional Movement Screen and the SFMA work together to screen movement and further assess it when pain is present.

Stuart McGill: Can Movement Quality Predict Future Injuries?

Stuart McGill discusses injury prediction, movement quality and why you should pay attention to the many variables in the studies that you read. Is it really saying what you think it’...

Adam Wolf: Hip Motion in Gait

Adam Wolf gives a quick assessment of hip motion in gait, using the pelvis and femur as reference points for bone-to-bone and side-to-side comparisons.

Adam Wolf: Neurological Changes vs. Structural Changes – Hardware or Software

When we touch people, we're affecting structure. But more times than not, gains in mobility come from neurological changes. Adam Wolf gives a hands-on example to take the focus from har...

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