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CHARLIE WEINGROFF: THE TRAINABLE HUMAN SYSTEM

CHARLIE WEINGROFF: THE TRAINABLE HUMAN SYSTEM

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    Physical therapist Charlie Weingroff's idea for this lecture was to provide a more complete understanding and perspective of the common denominator of the trainable human system, and perhaps exploit or modify some of the methods people are comfortable using. The more contemporary we can get into musculoskeletal rehab and performance training, the more we skew to a neurological model. Remember: Training equals rehab; rehab equals training. In this commentary, Charlie covers the full human system, and many of the ways we address its qualities and limitations.

    "Ultimately, the nervous system is any part of the organs that allow for transmission of signal. It’s an exchange of volitional action or non-voluntary reactions on how a body does what it does, whether it’s movement or whether it’s homeostasis and just maintaining normal mechanisms of health and sustenance." ~Charlie Weingroff

    You'll also want to review Charlie's other lecture with Patrick Ward, Managing the Manual Therapy Process.

    LECTURE DETAILS

    Duration: 80 minutes; Transcript: 19 pages; Mp3 file size: 205 MBs


    TOPIC MARKERS

    • The Nervous System (3:40) • The Autonomic Nervous System (7:35) • The Brain as an Emergency Brake (13:15) • Everything is an Input or an Output (17:00) • Industry Standard (21:30) • Pain as an Output and the Body's Response (26:00) • Manual Therapy and How it Affects the Body (39:10) • Breathing as an Audit Process (46:30) • Training the Test...Breathing (54:45) • Mobility Training (59:40) • Grip Training (1:03:50) • Kettlebells (1:07:15) • Barefoot Training (1:11:55) • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (1:15:40)


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    LECTURER BIO

    Charlie Weingroff is a physical therapist, certified athletic trainer, and strength & conditioning coach who blends aspects of neurological training with traditional methods of training for strength, speed and endurance. He most recently was the Director of Physical Performance and Resiliency and Lead Physical Therapist for the United States Marine Corps Special Operations Command, and was previously the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Philadelphia 76ers. Charlie's 12-hour workshop DVD entitled, Training=Rehab, Rehab=Training can be found on his regularly updated website at charlieweingroff.com.



    TAGS: Physical Therapy | Corrective exercise | Movement screening | Chronic Pain | Trigger points | T-spine | Breathing | Chiropractic | Massage | Recovery | Joint mobility | Stability training

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    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Loaded with knowledge pearls!
    Reviewer: Eric Lazar

    I will need to listen to this several times to appreciate and digest all the valuable information he shares. Many great, practical examples to help educate our patients and clients, especially about the nervous system. Brilliant stuff!

     

    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Great resource
    Reviewer: Stacy Barrows

    Thank you Charlie for a wonderful lecture addressing the neuroscience of movement and performance. Even though I'm part of the choir that loves hearing about the brain and the CNS with movement, I believe anyone interested in applying neuroscience into their work will appreciate this resource.~Stacy Barrows