How does Prehab-Rehab 101 help me get more out of the FMS Functional Movement Screen and/or the SFMA Selective Functional Movement Assessment?
Oftentimes, it's taking the time to double check our ability to hit the finer points that makes for the big jumps in performance. If you want to fine tune your deadlift, kettlebell swing, or even your military press, this might be very helpful for you to practice. If you've been working on chronic lower back issues & can't seem to make a breakthrough, the glute activation cue that I cover here might help re-train your posterior chain in a very positive way!
People turn a blind eye to form & technique all the time. What if I told you that you didn't need to?
Since there've been some repeated requests to make this video available off Facebook, here you go! Thanks for being so patient about it & reminding me gently for, oh, the past 3+ years! ;-)
If you can't enable people to learn your exercises, they'll never benefit from them. Prehab-Rehab 101 is all about providing you with those stepping stones to powerful, efficient, & pain-free training!
Sometimes the best way to improve with an exercise is to dial it back to an entry point that you can manage without too much strain. As one of my favorite vestibular, core training, and agility/injury prevention exercises, the deck squat is one of my favorites. This peel-back might help you or your clients get it in a safer, smarter fashion.
When my patients & clients asked for a YouTube series to give them the finer points of some of the corrective exercises that I often prescribe in the clinic, in the training room, or in my one-on-one consults, I figured that giving away some of the best stuff couldn't hurt. ;-)