Posts tagged "Gray Cook"
Gray Cook explains how managing movement minimums gets to the root of movement problems and gets your clients closer to their goals.
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...
The second installment of the squat primer: the information you need to understand the squat as a movement pattern and exercise . . . and get more from it for yourself and your clients.
Gray Cook discusses using the Functional Movement Screen to identify and correct pattern-based and position-based breathing problems. Are you being robbed of mobility and strength?
Self-limiting exercises aren’t easy, but they should be the cornerstone of your training programs. Using a few of his go-to exercises as examples, Gray Cook delves into why they work ...
Gray Cook gives his 'why' statement on catching dysfunction. What’s the point of exercise if some capacity or competency isn’t going to improve?
Gray Cook answers a FAQ and specifies exactly what he looks for in a Functional Movement Screen score . . . it may not be what you are thinking.
It’s easy to focus on the strengths of our clients and athletes. That’s what they’re good at. Identifying their weakness . . . that’s our real job and this quick clip from Lee B...
Is it ever all right to lose the deep squat? Stuart McGill discusses the reality that many people don’t have the hip anatomy to keep it.
Alwyn Cosgrove makes it easy to implement the FMS in a group setting: you already know what to do, movement screening just gives you information to do it more effectively.
Asymmetries in movement are bad, right? Not always. In this clip, Greg Rose discusses FMS scores and when you absolutely don’t want to see perfection.
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