FMS News Feed642 Tall Kneeling?Hopefully you caught my short article and videos that FMS recently posted regarding using tall-kneeling and half-kneeling holds to ‘hit save on a movement document.’ Here’s some background information on why I developed the kneeling holds, how I have successfully used them and when they work.2015-09-30T00:00:00Z615 StrengthThe three-day Foundational Strength course is an integration of the Functional Movement Systems (FMS) Level 1 and Level 2 materials with kettlebell specific exercises and techniques including principles from StrongFirst.2015-09-28T00:00:00Z640 Save on a Movement DocumentThese tall-kneeling and half-kneeling holding patterns are the linchpin that create a continuous link from your mobility work into your carrying work and your lifting work. 2015-09-24T00:00:00Z638 Strength Training Can Be CorrectiveLifting with good technique is some of the best stability work in the world.2015-09-17T00:00:00Z635 no longer serves us when it fails to create an independent and sustainable culture.2015-09-08T00:00:00Z633 Case Against Corrective ExerciseBrett Jones discusses corrective exercise and the negative connotation that sometimes accompanies the term.2015-09-03T00:00:00Z625 We Prefer the Hardstyle SwingListen as Gray discusses why he prefers the hardstyle swing over an overhead swing. 2015-08-26T00:00:00Z620’s All About Motor ControlA key component of motor control is muscle tone, and I want to specifically discuss inappropriate muscle tone. Very often, from the perspectives of physical therapy and rehabilitation, we don’t necessarily see just tightness or weakness.2015-08-19T00:00:00Z624 Corrective Strategies & TechniquesBrett Jones discusses all aspects of breathing, starting with the importance of breathing for both life and exercise, and how to correct dysfunctional breathing patterns.2015-08-19T00:00:00Z616 in Manual TherapyThe recent popularity of manual therapy methodology like soft tissue manipulation and dry needling is often controversial and largely misunderstood.2015-08-13T00:00:00Z619 Future of Personal TrainingIs the fitness industry recession proof? 2015-08-12T00:00:00Z621 One Approach to Simplifying Group TrainingOne question we consistently hear at our certification workshops is “how do I incorporate the FMS into group training?” The Smart Group Training System has developed as an answer to that question. Learn more about their approach here.2015-08-12T00:00:00Z609 you could change anything about CrossFit, what would it be?Gray wraps up his discussion with John Rusin, discussing the responsibility of professionals and what he'd change about CrossFit.2015-08-06T00:00:00Z617'_capabilitiesAs CrossFit Grows, So Should Trainers' CapabilitiesWe sat down with Kevin O’Malley, an FMS Certified CrossFit gym owner. Kevin runs CrossFit Vagabond in Easton, Massachusetts. Here is the story of Vagabond and how they are striving for perfect principles.2015-08-06T00:00:00Z618 Truths About CrossFitWhile we may not always agree with some of the things that gyms do, as a community, we can look at it from a different perspective. Let's explore 4 truths about CrossFit and why it's not only possible, but imperative to incorporate FMS principles in CrossFit gyms.2015-08-05T00:00:00Z608 Makes CrossFit So Special?Dr. John Rusin and Gray Cook talk about concussions, musculoskeletal injuries, and what makes CrossFit so special in today's fitness world.2015-07-29T00:00:00Z612 ClubThe first rule of Movement Club: You do not talk about Movement Club. 2015-07-28T00:00:00Z607 to Successfully Manage Multiple AthletesContinuing his discussion with Dr. John Rusin, Gray discusses how to manage groups of twenty or more athletes and how pain provocation tests may help catch potential problems before they arise.2015-07-23T00:00:00Z606 Could the Functional Movement Screen Fit with CrossFit?Gray Cook joins Dr. John Rusin of to answer some tough questions about CrossFit, discussing the current system, how the FMS could fit in CrossFit, and minimizing injury risk factors.2015-07-15T00:00:00Z613 Exercise GuyEric D'Agati continues his discussion on corrective exercise, and explains how corrective exercise can be seamlessly incorporated into a program. 2015-07-15T00:00:00Z