Posts tagged "Functional Movement Screen"
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 th...
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.
Alwyn Cosgrove: The Program Is Your Responsibility
Medical history? No risk factors? Cleared to exercise? FMS score? What else do you need to know before you write the program?
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: Movement Screening and Exercise Prescriptions
A lot of people become disillusioned when they learn the Functional Movement Screen . . . Screens tell us when people need more investigation. It isn’t an evaluation or an assessment....
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: 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.
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.
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