Posts tagged "FMS"
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...
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 Rose: Fix Function First
Greg Rose breaks down how the Functional Movement Systems work together . . . and why everything works better when you fix function before progressing to skill.
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.
Gray Cook: There Are Things You Shouldn’t Coach
The best coaches know what not to coach. They know that there are training setbacks and injuries that limit them. But at any given time on the training continuum, they also know the thi...
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.
Gray Cook: Feeling Awkward, Intimidated & Disconnected in the Deep Squat
Your squat can’t grow if you can’t do it. Why squat with load, stress or repetition if you already feel awkward, disconnected and intimidated with bodyweight? For Gray Cook, that’...
Greg Dea: Motor Control – Complex to Simple
How do you define motor control? How do you discern movement competency in your clients or patients? Greg Dea covers definitions, practical examples and the true importance of motor con...
Lee Burton: Programming Needs of a High School Football Player
What athletes want isn’t always what they need. Programming to blend their "wants" with what you decide they need is an art, as Lee Burton explains using the patterns of the Functiona...
Gray Cook & Erwan LeCorre: What’s important in movement?
Are you being challenged by your exercises? Even hard exercises can become routine; you can do them well from habit . . . but can a slightly altered movement test you?
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 . . . and it’s your responsi...
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