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By Mike Boyle

Через семь лет после публикации первой книги useful education for activities Майк возвращается в книгопечатание с новой книгой, с новым понимаем функциональности тела.
В ней он переосмысливает свое видение тренировочного процеса, его целей и методов.

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For movement, think about active range of motion exercises without external loads. In movement, proper mobility must precede the development of stability. For exercises of strength, think about movements to which we intend to add loads beyond bodyweight. In strength training exercise progressions, the athlete must be stable prior to adding movement such as multi-planar actions. As he continued learning, Gray’s philosophy evolved, and he now uses the following continuum: Mobility before stability before movement.

In the manual, each step has corrective suggestions. The get-up has a left-right component, which lends itself to the exposure of asymmetry, a fundamental component of the FMS. In addition, each part of the get-up uses one or two patterns of the FMS. The strength coach familiar with the FMS will see many options for warm-up and corrective exercises within the program. Three to five get-ups per side can be an excellent warm-up and corrective combination. If a complete get-up is not possible for an athlete, have the athlete do three circuits of the corrective exercise suggested at the problem segment of the get-up.

The things I have learned from Gray have been invaluable in my evolution as a coach. NFL strength and conditioning coaches like Jon Torine and Jeff Fish have developed group corrective strategies they like. I have also, but still use my favorite corrective exercises as a general team warm-up. There’s no harm in an athlete doing additional corrective exercises even if they do not apply to his needs. One solution that Gray has advocated is the use of the Turkish get-up or parts of the get-up as a group’s corrective strategy.

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