Tag Archives: FMS

Assess Don’t Assume

The assessment process may be the most important thing you can do. Without it, we are just guessing. Assess, don’t assume.

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Smart Group Training

Enhancing the Overhead Press, Optimal Breathing, and Smart Group Training

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Steve Long and Jared Woolever of Smart Group Training.

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assessing overhead arm elevation

Assessing Overhead Arm Elevation

One of the many things I look at during my comprehensive assessment process is the movement quality of raising your arms overhead. The information you gather on the person’s ability to perform such a basic task is often invaluable when designing someone’s rehab or training program.

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corrective exercise bell curve

The Corrective Exercise Bell Curve

I’m going to admit something that may come as a surprise to you. Corrective exercises don’t always work for me. Here is why.

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Ankle Dorsiflexion Mobilty

Ankle Mobility Exercises to Improve Dorsiflexion

A combined approach including self-myofascial exercises, stretching, and ankle mobility exercises to improve dorsiflexion.

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Smart Group Training

Integrating the FMS into Group Training

Steve Long, of Smart Group Training, discusses how to integrate the FMS into group training to create individualized programming.

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Stuff You Should Read

The Rolling Pattern, Sprint Intervals, and the Nocebo Effect

This week’s stuff you should read comes from Perry Nickelston, Body in Mind, and Science Daily.

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The One Thing We Need to Do With Everyone

I am often asked by students or people attending one of my seminars, “what is the one thing you do that you find works the best.” I wish it were that simple. I have been reflecting on this question for several months, but I think I might have an answer.

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