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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However, discontinuing strength training was not the answer, and had put the athlete in a difficult situation. Our solution was a unilateral strength program with minimal spinal loading to develop the glutes. Previous rehab attempts had centered on the hamstrings. However, the hamstring issues were a symptom of poor glutes, not the cause of the strains. In the absence of glute strength, hamstrings, no matter how strong, will fail every time. Hamstrings are a secondary extensor. This was a classic case of the Shirley Sahrmann axiom any time a muscle is injured, look for a weak synergist.
Motion occurs primarily in the shoulders and elbows, while the core remains stable. Half-Kneeling Sequential In the half-kneeling sequential lift, a shoulder turn is added and a triceps rope replaces the long bar. The pattern is still clearly a push-pull, but with a shoulder turn. The shoulder turn is advocated by physical therapist and educator Shirley Sahrmann to encourage motion at the thoracic spine rather than at the lumbar spine. We call this a sequential lift because it is initially taught as a three-part action.
As he continued learning, Gray’s philosophy evolved, and he now uses the following continuum: Mobility before stability before movement. Athletes must develop proper mobility. When mobile they can move into the positions to develop stability. Mobility and stability can then be added to movements. The actual continuum is as follows. • Mobility: Freedom of movement at movable segments. The term broadly includes and covers both joint range of motion and muscle and tissue flexibility. • Stability: The ability to control motion at a particular segment in the presence of force, tension, load, and movement.
Advances in Functional Training by Mike Boyle