Timing and Motor Control Pod Cast by Gray Cook (6:28)

Another great pod cast by Gray Cook talking about the importance of stability for lifting and moving well. In the pod cast, Gray also touches on a few of the many misconceptions present out there.

http://www.functionalmovement.com/articles/Podcasts/2014-10-28_stability_training_timing_and_motor_control

Below are the highlights as per the FMS website:

  • Stability is often misrepresnted or ill-defined

  • Strength training stabilisers does not result in stability

  • Making stabilisers stronger is not stability training

  • Stabilisers are reflex engaged

  • Successful activation of one muscle occurs when successful deactivation of another muscle takes place

  • Stability training is really about timing and motor control

Book an appointment now to experience the FMS approach as created by Gray Cook at Infinite Health Physiotherapy Chatswood.

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