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Author: Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton

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Human movement is complex, fascinating, and affects us all. Our hosts, Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton, have dedicated their lives to understanding movement and have trained thousands of fitness and healthcare professionals worldwide with their holistic philosophy and approach. Listen as they discuss topics, speak with other industry experts, answer questions & give practical advice on how you can optimize the human body to be the best it can be.
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After a lot of positive feedback from our first mailbag episode, we decided to bring it back. Today we answer questions from you, the listener. We discuss movement integrity with marathoners and triathletes, options to improve movement at a desk job,  training hockey players,  working with clients with scoliosis, and much more.Thank you to everyone who submitted a question. You can always do so on our many platforms, Facebook, Instagram @movementpod, YouTube, or our website. We love to get listener questions and feedback. Alright, it's that time of the week... let’s get going with today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKS👉🏻: Subscribe to the Movement Podcast Newsletter: 👈🏻📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here: 👇📸: Movement Podcast Instagram:🐤: FMS Twitter: 📺: Subscribe to the FMS YouTube Channel for more videos
This week we've got football fever and have guest, A.J. Neibel on the show. A.J.  is the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Las Vegas Raiders. We discuss the NFL combine, COVID’s impact on his players' training, sports technology trends within the pro strength and conditioning ranks, and much more. It’s a packed show with tons of inside information, so lace up and get ready for this episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS. SHOW NOTES & LINKS FMS Level 1 CourseA.J. Neibel HEAD STRENGTH AND CONDITIONINGFMS Combine ReviewIn Preparation for the Season, Seahawks Start with FMSNFL Strength Coach of the Year talks Combine, Training, Advice for Young Strength CoachesNY Times Article Falcons Have Had a Winning Strategy for FitnessNBA Pre-Draft Assessments and the FMS👉🏻: Subscribe to the Movement Podcast Newsletter: 👈🏻https://bit.ly/3bh84bG​📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here: 👇https://bit.ly/3qgPRiF​📸: Movement Podcast Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/movementpod/​🐤: FMS Twitter: https://twitter.com/FunctionalMvmt​📺: Subscribe to the FMS YouTube Channel for more videos:https://www.youtube.com/c/FMStv/videos
Working Out After 40

Working Out After 40

2021-04-2238:54

George Burns once said, “You can’t help getting older, but you don’t have to get old.”As we age, we have the opportunity to either lower our movement expectations -- or do something about it. Today we discuss working out after 40. The guys give advice on aging gracefully, setting ourselves up for better movement now, no matter your age,  and how our approach can vary based on gender. In the second half, a friend of the show, Brian Nguyen returns to weigh-in. They tackle motivation, goals, prioritizing yourself, and how alcoholic kombucha just may be the ultimate answer. So stretch your back and let’s get moving with this episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKSFMS Level 1 CourseBrian Nguyen @dragonmasterbri👉🏻: Subscribe to the Movement Podcast Newsletter: 👈🏻https://bit.ly/3bh84bG​📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here: 👇https://bit.ly/3qgPRiF​📸: Movement Podcast Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/movementpod/​🐤: FMS Twitter: https://twitter.com/FunctionalMvmt​
Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots

2021-04-1548:11

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. SHOW NOTES & LINKS:SAID PrincipleRange Super Size Me Documentary Common Sense to Evaluating Movement FMS Level 1 CourseRegional Interdependence And Limiting Factors To Performance (Part 1)(Part 2)(Part 3)(Part 4)Case Study: Regional Interdependence in Action Checking the Boxes: If You’re Going to Think About Movement, Where Should You Start?What is the SFMA?
Our guest this week is Geralyn Coopersmith, a pioneer in the group fitness training world. Based out of Oregon, she is VP of Fitness Staff Development at EXOS. She’s worked with big brands throughout her career, spanning from Equinox to Nike to Flywheel Sports.  She is the author of “Fit and Female” and has shared her fitness expertise on many media productions including: “Simplify Your Life”, the Today Show, Fox & Friends, and the Dr. Oz Show.She sits down with us to discuss her journey, the evolution of movement in group fitness training, and where she sees the industry heading.So let’s get going with today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKSFMS Level 1 CourseGeralyn Coopersmith "Fit and Female" by Geralyn CoopersmithTeam EXOS
Your ankles and your feet.  Although they’re the foundation to so many different movements, the importance of a functional base can often get overlooked.Today, the guys get into ankle injuries, deep squatting, and ideas to improve ankle mobility, We discuss balance beam work, the need to get past temporary fixes, and how the culture you are raised in can influence your mobility. And finally, we close the show with another Fireside Chat with Gray.So let’s get going with today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKS:FMS Level 1 CourseAnkle & Foot Essentials YouTube LiveWhite Board Talks: The Importance of the Ankle for Proper MovementThe Naked Warrior: Master the Secrets of the Super-Strong--Using Bodyweight Exercises OnlyWhat is the SFMA?
Need for Speed

Need for Speed

2021-03-1853:32

A player’s 40-yard dash results at the NFL combine can mean the difference in millions of dollars for elite athletes. Every decade, we see faster athletes in every sport across the board. In today’s episode, Gray & Lee breakdown the anatomy of speed, discuss how athletes try to improve it, and what are some pitfalls when trying to obtain it. We cover POSE running, quickness vs. speed & a lot more. Gray also elaborates on the origin of the FMS screen. How one athlete, a sports hernia, and a room full of professionals turned into 7 napkins on a Delta flight. "Necessity is always the mother of invention" - PlatoSHOWSo let’s fire out of the blocks with this episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKSFMS Level 1 CourseFMS @ the 2019 NFL CombineDr. Romanov: Pose Method FCS Course Tracy Peal : Instagram Ankle & Foot Essentials YouTube LivePhil Maffetone: Maffetone Method
Working with Fighters

Working with Fighters

2021-03-1156:38

Our guest this week is Mike Perry.  Based in Massachusetts, Mike is the founder and co-owner of Skill of Strength gym,  along with his wife,  Amanda. He has worked with athletes across many professional disciplines and specializes in training “mixed martial arts” fighters.Today, we discuss with Mike how he found his way into MMA training, programming for combat athletes, advice for those getting started in multidiscipline fighting, and ideas on optimizing a fighter’s movement.If you have a question or topic idea you would like to submit please feel free to DM us @movementpod and follow us for more behind the scene photos and videos.  Don't forget to Rate and Review the show. And now for the main event with this week’s Movement Podcast powered by FMS.SHOW NOTES & LINKS:Skill of Strength gym Pavel Tsatsouline Strong First FMS Level 1 online course Choke - A Rickson Gracie Documentary (Full) The Effect of an Intervention Program on Functional Movement Screen Test Scores in Mixed Martial Arts Athletes 
Welcome to the Season 3 Premiere of the Movement Podcast. We’re excited to be back! We wanted to start this season off by answering some questions you all have been asking over the past 2 seasons through our website and our social media channels.  Today we answer your questions and discuss the guys’ opinions on chiropractic adjustments, life hacks they use, coaching your own movement dysfunction, and their favorite forms of manual therapy. This is a great episode for the fitness enthusiast as well as the professional. If you have a question or topic idea you would like to submit please feel free to DM us @movementpod and follow us for more behind the scene photos and videos. We’ve got a packed show today so let’s get rolling with the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Show Notes: FMS Level 1 online course What is SFMA? video SFMA Level 1 online course Tim Ferriss - The 4 hour Body  Turkish Get up: Part 1  Turkish Get up: Part 2 Kelly Starrett  -The Ready State   Oura ring Yerba matte tea Gray drinks Yerbe Mate Organic Dark Roast  Mulligan techniqueOsteokinematics vs. Arthrokinematics
The Movement Podcast returns with season 3, premiering March 4th. Please join us as we dive deeper into human movement.
From those starting a weight loss journey to ultra-marathon athletes, running is one of the most popular choices of exercise. It’s also one of the most common causes of injury, with over 50 percent of regular runners getting hurt each year.For our season 2 finale, we explore running.  We tackle a lot… From shoe selection to running technique, to overpronation, and can it be fixed?We discuss runners’ injuries and how to avoid them, the importance of a runner’s upper body, cross-training, issues that affect female runners, and much more.So let’s start our sprint to the finish of season 2 with today’s Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Episode Notes & Links:   Born to Run : Christopher McDougall   FMS Articles on Running:      Born to Limits 1      Functional Movement Screen Scores in a Group of Running Athletes      Case Study: A Client's First 5K and Her Million Dollar Question, "Can I Keep Running?"      Case Study: Runner with Asymmetries   Movnat   FMS Level 1 Online course   FMS Level 2 Virtual Certification course    Fundamental Capacity Screen Online course     What is the SFMA?
Our guest today is Eric D’Agati. Eric brings a wealth of knowledge to the show as a coach, trainer, and instructor based in New Jersey.He’s trained a diverse population of clients who include World Series Champions, All-Americans, and Pro-Bowl athletes. On this episode, we cover a wide range of topics. From movement readiness to injury prevention, to giving athletes an edge, this show is packed. So let’s get right into it with Eric on today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Episode Notes & Links:   ericdagati.com   FMS Live: Optimize Your Training for the Best Results: Lee Burton & Eric D'Agati   FMS Level 1 Online course   FMS Level 2 Virtual Certification course    Fundamental Capacity Screen Online course     What is the SFMA?
When it comes to fitness these days, social media rules. It has removed barriers and given individuals the power to reach millions of people.But as it becomes our main source of information, is this a good thing for the health of our population? We look at the exploding popularity of fitness influencers, discuss mentors, entertainers versus educators, and how we choose to either be the problem or the solution.So let’s fire up another episode of the Movement Podcast--powered by FMS.Episode Notes & Links   Jon Torine Season 1 ep3 : Pro Football, Youth Sports, and Mentorship   Geralyn Cooper Smith   FMS Level 1 Online course   FMS Level 2 Virtual Certification course    Fundamental Capacity Screen Online course     FMS Article: Testing vs. CorrectivesIf you're interested in learning more about FMS you can email us at ashley@functionalmovement.com 
Our guest today is Dr. Jenna Gourlay. Jenna is a sports physical therapist, adjunct professor, and mentor, based in Evansville, Indiana.She has a contagious passion for the PT industry and is driven to help empower PTs in all stages of their careers.Today we discuss how she went from PE to PT and the overall educational system. We talk undergrad, residencies, and give a wealth of knowledge for those early in their physical therapy journey. We shift the conversation to current physical therapists and dive into the day-to-day, the dangers of burning out, and how to avoid it.Whether you’re years into your PT journey, in the middle of your education, or just interested in a physical therapy career, this episode is for you.So let’s get going with today’s Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Episode Notes & Links:   Whiteboard Talks | EP 16: Breakouts Reveals the True Power of the SFMA   Jenna's passion project: Physio Rebellion   SFMA Level 1 & Level 2 Combo Course: November 21 & 22, 2020 
Don’t slouch. Sit up straight. Keep your head up.Familiar sayings that all deal with the same thing: Posture. On this episode, the guys discuss the importance of posture in our overall health, reasons for bad posture, how we measure it, and finding ways to correct it.For our final segment, we bring back a good friend of the podcast, Brian Nguyen, who deepens the conversation on posture with Gray and Lee.So let’s get straight to it with this episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS. FMS Level 1 Online course FMS Level 2 Virtual Certification course  Fundamental Capacity Screen Online course   FMS Article: Testing vs. CorrectivesBrian Nguyen @dragonmasterbri 
We’ll return next week with a full episode.Until then, we wanted to provide you with some content to think about.We would like to give you a broader sense of some of the terms and tools we use with movement. Enjoy this quick moment with Gray.Learn more about the FMS system HERE. Start your FMS education HERE.
On this week's episode, Lee and Gray discuss HIIT Training. This popular form of exercise is everywhere and used by strength coaches with professional athletes, as well as the average fitness enthusiast. The guys discuss the importance of proper form and how to integrate correctives into a HIIT workout. They close with insight on CrossFit with what the brand has gotten right and what they may have gotten wrong.So let's get going with this episode of the Movement Podcast-- Powered by FMS.Episode Notes & Links:   FMS Level 1  course    FMS Level 1 & 2 Virtual Combo (Promo code expires 11/6/2020)   Training Time and Movement Integrity   Pain, Dysfunction and Load   Pavel Tsatsouline   Alwyn Cosgrove Podcast Episode: Program Design Secrets  Can FMS coexist with CrossFit?
Start With Breathing

Start With Breathing

2020-10-2243:52

Every day, you take around 20,000 breaths, whether you notice it or not. It affects all parts of the human experience, from our physical to our mental state.On today’s episode, we explore breathing and its connection to health and movement.The guys discuss breathing dysfunction, syncing your breath, posture, and coaching. We dive into breathing techniques and fixes, breathing screens, and close this episode with thoughts about potential effects on breathing while wearing your mask.So take a deep breath and get ready for today’s Movement Podcast-- powered by FMS.Episode Notes & Links: "Take A Deep Breath" "How Your Breathing Relates to Your Movement" "Screening & Assessing Breathing: A Multidimensional Approach" Wim Hof Method Phil Maffetone Method "Indian Clubs: History and Application"Breath: The New Science of a Lost ArtBorn to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
Program Design Secrets

Program Design Secrets

2020-10-1501:22:53

Our guest is Alwyn Cosgrove. Alwyn is a world-renowned fat loss expert, author and business mentor based in LA.  In this episode, we dive into topics for young trainers, designing fitness programs, Alwyn's background in martial arts, and ideas concerning fat loss and metabolic load. So let’s get going with the Movement Podcast, powered by FMS.
Fitness Data Overload?

Fitness Data Overload?

2020-10-0834:45

From wearable devices to the scale in your bathroom, there are a ton of tech choices in the fitness world these days.But as we continue to track ourselves more, is there such a thing as too much data? We explore that idea on today’s episode.Gray and Lee discuss how devices can motivate us and can also overwhelm and potentially shame us, which metrics to focus on, the importance of how we consume our data, and what our devices don’t tell us.So let’s get going with today’s Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.
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