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Movement & Mobility Systems

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Scott Leech

on 25 April 2014

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Transcript of Movement & Mobility Systems

The Movement and Mobility System
Concepts:
Midline Stabilization
Torque
Mobilization

Global Extension:
Cobra pose
People extend at only 1-2 segments of their lumbar or cervical spine
98% of dysfunction with the typical athlete:
Open-Circuit Faults (moving poorly)
Shoulders forward, overextended lumbar, feet turned out, head tilted up or down
Overtenstion (missing range of motion)
Midline Stabilization:
2 Bowls, Pelvis and Ribcage
Squeeze the butt
Abs tight
2 Hand Rule
Pubic bone and Sternum
Tony Blauer Test
Torque:
Wind up the slack
Spiral your limp into the shoulder or hip socket
Screw arms into shoulders, feet into floor
Pushup test
Tadasana
Squat test, knees out feet straight
Mobilization:
Stretching is dead
Stretching only effects the muscle
T-shirt analogy
Humans adapt
Skin-Pinch Test
The Mobility Systems
Joint Mechanics
Sliding - Surface dysfunction
Muscle Dynamics
Joint Mechanics:
Setting joints in good positions
Joint Capsule
Thick/Thin Rubber Band Analogy
Sliding-Surfaces:
Hand Test
Tight jeans
Glutes after sitting

Tools: Foam Rolling, Lax balls
Tack and stretch, contract/relax
Muscle Dynamics:
Applying tension at end range
Hunt for tight corners
Positions we're trying to correct
Often used after training
Car ride example
Upstream and Downstream
Always mobilize in a good position
Test / Retest
If it feels sketchy, It's probably sketchy
Hypermobile:
Motor Control
Sliding Surfaces
NO Joint Mechanics
NO Muscle Dynamics
Works Cited

Starrett, Kelly. Becoming a Supple Leopard; The ultimate guide to resolving pain, preventing injury, and optimizing athletic performance. USA: Victory Belt Publishing Inc, 2013. Print.

Starrett, Kelly. MobilityWOD. 5 May. 2013. Web. 9 May. 2013. <http://www.mobilitywod.com/>
The Tunnel:

You CANNOT reclaim a good position!

Ex. Knees out Squat

Texting and Typing
Using crutches
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