Posts tagged "assessments"

Sue Falsone: Performance – Segments of The Organizational System Part 2

Bridging the gap from rehab to performance does not follow a linear continuum, so creating a realistic timeline for your athlete is a tough responsibility ...

Sue Falsone: Segments of The Organizational System

In a clinical and performance world, a training model can be difficult to create and implement. Sue Falsone believes in recognizing the core principles of diverse schools of thought and...

Lee Burton: Corrective Strategies

Are you using corrective strategies? Or just corrective exercises? Lee Burton takes you back to the fundamentals of movement and correction.

Gray Cook: The Lack of Movement Health Requires Rehabilitation

Don’t put a fitness solution on a health problem. Gray Cook gives advice to coaches and personal trainers about when to work with their physical therapy partners to get needed rehabil...

Dan John: Assessments for “Everybody Else”

There’s so much out there about how to train elite athletes, but what do you do for “everybody else”? Dan John starts with a few of his simple assessments and covers the basics fo...

Lee Burton: The Importance of Medical History

How far back should their medical history go? If you want to know enough to make a difference, Lee Burton doesn’t want you to settle for knowing about the past few months.

Gray Cook: Reviewing the FMS Scoring System

Most of the scrutiny and debate about the Functional Movement Screen is on the FMS scoring system. Gray Cook wonders if people are missing the point of what the screen is ultimately mea...

Lee Burton: The History of the Functional Movement Screen – It’s Conception and Misconceptions

The Functional Movement Screen has become a popular tool to identify basic movement dysfunction, but where did it come from? From the point of view of a co-founder, Lee Burton covers th...

Eric Beard assessments

Eric Beard: The Kinetic Chain Principle

With the overview of global dysfunction, Eric Beard explains the concept of the kinetic chain principle.

Dan John: The Art of Coaching

Sure, there’s a science of coaching . . . But for Dan John, the art of coaching is what gets results: The art of making people think what they need to do is what they want to do.

Gray Cook: Rolling Isn’t Magic

Rolling is great as a corrective exercise because of its position in the developmental sequence, but as Gray Cook explains, it can also be an informative assessment to have in your tool...

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