Movement Podcast

Connecting the Dots

April 15, 2021 Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton Season 3 Episode 30
Movement Podcast
Connecting the Dots
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The way the human body connects is fascinating.
Wouldn't you agree?
Understanding the body as a whole and not just the sum of its parts brings greater awareness to how everything works together.

Today, we explore this concept, also known as regional interdependence.
We discuss movement compensation, how we adapt our movement for better and sometimes for worse. Gray dives into why our joints favor either mobility or stability and how all this applies to your movement.
We won't give away any more without listening to it for yourself but stay tuned until the end when we close the episode with another Fireside Chat with Gray.

So let’s connect the dots with this episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.


Gray explains regional interdependence
Western culture and functional exercise
Body builders and "exercise"
Human adaptability
SAID principle
Specializing vs generalizing
Who's responsibility? Super size me comparison
Common Sense Approach to Movement
Another good bar story
Joint by joint approach
Mobility and stability
High Threshold strategy
Why go with mobility first?
Fireside Chat with Gray