Fatigue, Motor Control, and Why our Treatments are Effective
This week’s stuff you should read comes from Better Movement and Jason Silvernail.
Inner Circle Update
I had a cool 30 minute Q&A chat on Facebook last week, thanks for those that joined in. I will do this sporadically but will email my Inner Circle members before I start so you can jump on if free.
My next live webinar is just a few days away. Next Tuesday at 11:00 EST, I’ll share with you 3 ways you can improve shoulder internal rotation without stretching the posterior capsule (or even stretching into IR!). Be sure to check it out as you may be surprised how quickly I can improve shoulder IR, it will certainly make you think twice about cranking a shoulder into IR or mobbing the heck out of the posterior capsule!
As always, don’t worry if you can’t make it to the live webinar, I’ll have a recording up in the Inner Circle dashboard sometime next week.
If you havent yet, learn more and sign up for my Inner Circle program to attend these live webinars.
Fatigue has a pretty big on coordination, which is essentially motor control. We all know that motor control is the key to movement quality and dysfunction.
Why Our Treatments are Effective
Jason Silvernail discusses a very hot topic now and something that I think is important for us to all understand. Sometimes we know our treatments are working but we don’t truly understand “why.” Perhaps if we rethink the rationale as to why our treatments “work” we could be even more effective! Watch this video: