DiscoverSports Science & Recovery PodcastDr. Scott Lynn - Professor of Biomechanics and Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance at CSU, Fullerton On Movement Pattern Correction for Improving Athletic Performance, Movement Variability for Injury Prevention, and More.
Dr. Scott Lynn - Professor of Biomechanics and Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance at CSU, Fullerton On Movement Pattern Correction for Improving Athletic Performance, Movement Variability for Injury Prevention, and More.

Dr. Scott Lynn - Professor of Biomechanics and Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance at CSU, Fullerton On Movement Pattern Correction for Improving Athletic Performance, Movement Variability for Injury Prevention, and More.

Update: 2022-04-08
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The Sports Science & Recovery Podcast is an interview-style podcast hosted by Justin Roethlingshoefer, the Founder and Chief Performance Officer at Own It

In today's episode, I'm excited to be joined by Dr. Scott Lynn. Dr. Scott Lynn is a professor of Biomechanics and is the Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance at California State University, Fullerton. 

Justin and Scott go into the effectiveness of the functional movement screen and how it may not be an accurate screening tool for all athletes. Furthermore, Justin and Dr. Lynn go into detail about the differences in injuries and movement imbalances due to differences in sport. 

Scott has two undergraduate degrees in Life Sciences, a Masters degree in Biomechanics, and a PhD in Biomechanics from Queen's University in Kingston, Canada. Scott is also the research and education director for swing catalyst and initial force, and is an expert in movement efficiency and injury prevention.

In this episode you will hear: 

  • 4:00 - Dr. Scott Lynn Intro
  • 7:30 - Know what you know and what you don’t know
  • 9:18 - Human movement is messy
  • 13:13 - Training takes humility
  • 14:40 - Pre Screening is important
  • 19:20 - Variability is important
  • 25:30 - Why the gym is important
  • 28:38 - Challenge assumptions made from prior research
  • 30:20 - Differences of sport injuries
  • 36:30 - Diversity in movements
  • 40:00 - Balance vs imbalance

Learn more about Dr. Scott Lynn: 

About Justin Roethlingshoefer
Justin has 15+ years in the sports performance, sport science, health, nutrition, and fitness field. He has worked as a performance coach in the NCAA, NHL, with Olympic National Teams and runs a private camp for professional hockey players. He has written three books on mindset, body development, and fitness that have been Amazon’s best sellers for their category.

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Dr. Scott Lynn - Professor of Biomechanics and Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance at CSU, Fullerton On Movement Pattern Correction for Improving Athletic Performance, Movement Variability for Injury Prevention, and More.

Dr. Scott Lynn - Professor of Biomechanics and Co-Director of the Center for Sport Performance at CSU, Fullerton On Movement Pattern Correction for Improving Athletic Performance, Movement Variability for Injury Prevention, and More.

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