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GRAY COOK: REVISTING ATHLETIC BODY IN BALANCE

GRAY COOK: REVISTING ATHLETIC BODY IN BALANCE

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    In this talk, Gray Cook discusses the important points he made in the book Athletic Body in Balance, and follows that with what changes or additions he'd make if he were to re-write the book now, 10 years later.

    "What I want to do on the 10-year anniversary of Athletic Body in Balance is tell you what’s happened since I wrote the book, and if I were to re-write it today, what additions I would make. You might also wonder what deletions I might make.

    "Let's first do a recap, starting with the title, Athletic Body in Balance. Every philosophy that stood the test of time preaches balance. Some preach it from a standpoint of moderation. Some preach it from a standpoint of perspective and are continually adjusting the different forces in the environment that are shaping and developing you each day. To this day, I go around the world preaching a red flag strategy.

    "The entire secret sauce in my career and in my influence is because I haven’t been pulled into the hypothetical debates of Is this better than this? in a situation where there’s a red flag or a horrendous imbalance.
    ~Gray Cook

    LECTURE DETAILS

    Duration: 92 minutes; Transcript: 20 pages; Mp3 file size: 64 MBs


    TOPIC MARKERS

    • Imbalances are an Indicator of Disharmony (5:10) • Pain is a Signal of Responsibility (12:30) • Fix Movement through Movement (18:25) • It’s Better to Build a System and a Checklist (28:00) • FMS & SFMA as Audits: Set a Baseline (30:50) • Performance Pyramid (35:20) • Dr. Ed Thomas (39:20) • Pavel Tsatsouline & Brett Jones (50:35) • Erwan LeCorre (1:03:50) • Born to Run and the Current Culture (1:17:30)


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    LECTURER BIO

    Gray Cook consults with professional and university coaches and athletes, and teaches on various aspects of physical therapy, sports medicine and performance enhancement. His over-riding philosophy is that movement professionals must first understand human movement patterns. He's the author of Movement: Functional Movement Systems: Screening, Assessment, Corrective Strategies and Athletic Body in Balance and the creator of over a dozen DVD packages. His two main websites are GrayCook.com and Functionalmovement.com.

    You may also be interested in Gray's other lectures:

    Apprenticeship
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    Gray Cook, Lee Burton, Alwyn Cosgrove: The Future of Exercise Program Design Video
    The Three Rs
    Isolation, It's Totally Natural
    Movement Principles Talk, CK-FMS 2013
    Gray Cook with Craig Liebenson: Hat Tip to Professor Janda
    Gray Cook IFOMPT Keynote Address
    Self-limiting Exercise
    Developing a Movement Philosophy
    Applying the FMS Model
    A Dialog on Function, with Craig Liebenson
    Myths and Misunderstandings of the FMS & SFMA, with Craig Liebenson
    VCU School of Physical Therapy Lecture
    Gray Cook & Erwan Le Corre: Exploring Functional Movement Video
    Gray Cook: Key Functional Exercises You Should Know Video
    Gray Cook & Edo Zylstra: A Commentary on Dry Needling
    Meaningful Impairments, with Joe Heiler



    TAGS: Movement screening | Corrective exercise | Rehabilitation | Pain and injury | Functional training | Performance training

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    Reviewer: Matt

    I've often wondered how relevant Athletic Body in Balance is now, seeing as it was pre-Movement. This lecture answers that, giving a great perspective on Gray's work and its development. It is well written with some great insights and some extras that aren't in either of his other works. It's like he's at the gym with you in person, giving an idea on his training/ movement philosophy. Highly recommended.