Posts tagged "injury"

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 t...

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.

Lorimer Moseley: Pain, Stimulus and Meaning

What does it mean when pain changes while the stimulus remains the same? Lorimer Moseley looks at the complexity of pain beyond nociception.

Robert Linkul: Proper Transfers for Older Adults

Transfer movements are a vital part of so many exercises and trainers need to ensure that their clients do them with proper form. But, what are your clients doing in daily life . . . wh...

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...

Sue Falsone: Segments of The Organizational System

In a clinical and performance world, a training model can be difficult to create and implement. Sue Falsone believes in recognizing the core principles of diverse schools of thought and...

Lorimer Moseley: How to Explain Pain

Pain researcher Lorimer Moseley covers two very important factors to consider as you communicate with your patients about their pain: information and empathy.

Greg Dea: The Role of Mobility Interventions in Handling Chronic Stress

Persistent stress can wreak havoc on the nervous system. Greg Dea describes the use of mobility interventions to restore balance to the nervous system and combat other negative effects ...

Emily Splichal: Walking – From Primal to Bipedal

Do you ever actually think about walking? Stride length? Restricted pelvic rotation? Chances are you’re not walking the way evolution intended you to walk. No problem, Emily Splichal ...

Lee Burton: The Importance of Medical History

How far back should their medical history go? If you want to know enough to make a difference, Lee Burton doesn’t want you to settle for knowing about the past few months.

Gray Cook: Reviewing the FMS Scoring System

Most of the scrutiny and debate about the Functional Movement Screen is on the FMS scoring system. Gray Cook wonders if people are missing the point of what the screen is ultimately mea...

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