Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, Corrective Strategies Hardcover – 31 Jan 2011
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Gray's premise is beautiful in its simplicity: Training movement can fix muscles, but training muscles rarely fixes movement. Since all of sport is movement, his 80/20 approach is then astounding in its effectiveness. For the time invested, the FMS and its cousins are the best tools I've seen for producing bullet-proof athletes and pain-free non-athletes in record time. Tim Ferriss, author of the #1 NY Times bestseller, The 4-Hour Workweek
About the Author
Gray Cook, the author of Athletic Body in Balance, is a practicing physical therapist and a lecturer for Functional Movement Systems, Perform Better, Titleist, Dragon Door, North American Sports Medicine Institute and other industry leaders. He works with professional athletes and teams in a variety of sports, and regularly contributes material to text books in the field of physical therapy and sports conditioning.
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I brought this to learn more about movement and with a view to increase the efficiently of my workouts, not being a medical person, this could take a while to digest the information involved, so i can apply it to exercise.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Complicated book... no need for that. Needs editing. excellent information.Published 4 months ago by GinnyStarr
A fantastic starting place for learning about functional movement. Easy to read and comprehensive. I learnt a lot from this book.Published 4 months ago by Sparkster79
This is useful for very ambitious movement professionals who possess tacit knowledge. If movement is just a hobby you'll find this very hard going indeed.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really good book ,
I really learned a lot from this and changed the way I train . I've started using the FMS and it showed up the areas and movement I need to work on .
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