Posts tagged "mobility"
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 ...
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...
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 ...
Got enough mobility? . . . Unable to put it to use? Static and dynamic holds are where you pick up the stability you want and need.
Eric Beard categorizes the musculature of the thoracic spine, discusses the different muscle groups and how they can control safe range of motion or contribute to stress and strain.
Self-limiting exercise is often difficult, but that may just be what produces authentic movement. Gray Cook and Erwan LeCorre demonstrate with simple balance beam exercises.
As Sue Falsone ‘dissects’ the scapular stabilizers, you’ll learn why she believes the stabilizing muscles of the shoulder should be looked at from a mobility viewpoint rather than...
Adam Wolf demonstrates a simple assessment to observe asymmetries in shoulder mobility and anatomical causes of shoulder impingement.
Drs. Weingroff and Cheng cover a quick and easy drill to make sure your hip hinge is where it needs to be: as far back as your anatomy and flexibility will allow.
Adam Wolf gives a quick assessment of hip motion in gait, using the pelvis and femur as reference points for bone-to-bone and side-to-side comparisons.
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.
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