Thursday, June 28, 2007

Getting started into the FMS...

Start with Athletic Body in Balance by Gray Cook -this book will lay the philosophical basis for screening and introduce you to the self screen.
Then the Advanced Functional Movement Screening DVD set will run you through the seven tests, how to score them and how to implement Corrective drills.
The testing kit makes it easy to perform the tests on clients or groups so it would be a good investment.
The poster set is meant as a handy reference guide to testing, stick work and corrective drills for the seven tests. (Lots of information here)

Hopefully that will answer some questions re: which materials to look into for the FMS.
Please let me know if you need any additional information.

4 comments:

AikiBudo said...

Thanks Brett. This is about as good as it gets for setting us up for what we need and why.

Don't forget to mention your and Gray's shoulder DVD. You know it's really good and ties in so much of the rest of the body, it carries over a lot I think.

Dave said...

I have the Athletic Body in Balance, I need to re-read it. Then invest in the dvd's


Thanks

Dave

Franz Snideman said...

This is Great Brett! Thanks for sharing!

Brett Jones said...

Thanks guys - let me know if you have any other questions.

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