Posts tagged "Gray Cook"

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Gray Cook: Reflections on Assessing Movement

Gray Cook: Either way, investigate, learn and apply. Embrace the challenges.

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...

Gray Cook: Own the movement before you do the exercise

To complement the new Gray on Gray video series, let's consider how to break down a movement pattern. How do you "own a movement before you do the exercise?"

Greg Rose: Trunk Stability in Golf and MMA

What do FMS Trunk Stability Push Up scores mean for swinging sports? Contact sports? Greg Rose demonstrates how a disconnect between the lower body and upper body can cause power proble...

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.

Charlie Weingroff: The Joint-by-Joint Approach to Training

Charlie Weingroff’s quick take on Gray Cook and Mike Boyle’s Joint-by-Joint Approach; What it is and what it means to your training program.

Gray Cook: Dysfunction Red Flags

Is there a movement issue limiting your patient’s recovery or your client’s training? Gray Cook discusses the dysfunction red flags that may help lead you to the weak link.

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Gray Cook at Google

I had an opportunity to do a talk at Google recently, and I’d like to invite you to take a look at it. They have a thing called Talks at Google where they invite people to talk ab...

Gray Cook: Movement Habits and Repatterning

Gray Cook advises you to look for lifestyle problems before you program correctives for your clients. If you’re trying to repattern without looking at habits and posture, you’re not...

Gray Cook: Movement Minimums

Gray Cook explains how managing movement minimums gets to the root of movement problems and gets your clients closer to their goals.

T-Spine Mobility: Why It’s Important

Many of our daily activities are often done sitting down, rounding through the thoracic spine, which can wreak havoc on posture and put stress on the rest of the body. In this collectio...

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