Advances in Functional Training by Mike Boyle

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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You will learn either way. ” Gray was kind enough to provide some closing recommendations. • Don’t push movement when mobility and stability are compromised. • Don’t continue programming that does not yield clean movement patterns. • Don’t risk injury when you can screen for it in less than ten minutes. • Don’t be scared of objective appraisal of your work. • Don’t let others find your mistakes; always check your work. • Don’t lump movement tests together with performance tests. You will miss the weakest link.

Work to improve your problem patterns in the warm-up or in the workout, or ideally in both. The results of the FMS in a team setting may not allow you to help each individual, but they will clearly help your team. Gray Cook sums it up by saying: “Some coaches shy away from the FMS because they feel they will lose some degree of autonomy, thinking they must submit to the FMS suggestions and corrections. They may also be aware the FMS will expose deficiencies in their programming and suggest changes in program design.

Have the client rock the ankle back and forth, not holding the stretch, using Omi Iwasaki’s ankle self-mobilization drill discussed in the previous section. The second key is to watch the heel. It is essential for the heel to stay in contact with the floor. Most people who have ankle mobility restrictions immediately lift the heel. I often hold the heel down for beginners so they get the feel of what I’m looking for in the movement. The third key is to make it multi-planar. I like fifteen reps, doing five to the outside toward the small toe, five straight, and five driving the knee in past the big toe.

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