Posts tagged "corrective exercise"
Greg Dea: Feedback and Cueing – Part 2 – Reliable Strategies
Greg Dea details visual, verbal and tactile cues and provides examples of using scientifically reliable and valid feedback strategies and cueing strategies...
Functional Exercise vs Corrective Exercise
What’s the difference between functional exercise and corrective exercise? Do you know? Stop right here for a sec and consider that. Can you give a confident answer?
Sue Falsone and Gray Cook: What is Functional Training?
Sue Falsone and Gray Cook were able to catch up on the lecture circuit. We’re glad that one of them thought it would be a good idea to hit record when they started discussing function...
Greg Dea: Feedback and Cueing – Making Them Work Together
When coaching, we decide if a movement is satisfactory or not. That means it’s also up to us to decide which coaching strategies of feedback and cueing to use to change the individual...
Gray Cook: Core Stability, Compensation and Breathing
Lacking core stability? Then you’re likely down on power. Here’s how Gray Cook discerns if it’s a breathing sequence problem.
Mark Cheng: Movement Starts with Breathing
Any discussion of fundamental movement starts with breathing. If the breathing is not correct, the body is rejecting whatever you’re trying to teach it. Mark Cheng demonstrates a simp...
Stuart McGill: Creating Strong Default Patterns
Spine expert Stuart McGill focuses on how he creates the strongest default patterns – good patterns that can be strengthened with load.
Gray Cook: Chop and Lift Basics
From PNF patterns to sport-specific exercise, Gray Cook covers the chop and lift basics to get your clients and patients working two arms against one core.
Charlie Weingroff: Janda’s Upper and Lower Crossed Syndromes
Charlie Weingroff provides a quick review of Janda’s Upper and Lower Crossed Syndromes and covers the meanings and implications of inhibition and facilitation.
Gray Cook: Crossing the Midline
Gray Cook answers a question about self-limiting exercise and the full mind-body engagement that comes with crossing the midline in a good Turkish getup.
Charlie Weingroff: Rolling Patterns for Rotary Stability
Charlie Weingroff explores using rolling to separate the body into quadrants and provides some pointers on proper cuing and sensitivity about wording.
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