Mobility, Control and Symmetry Movement Flows

Written by Gray Cook FMS

To complement some of his recent talks (Is your Client Ready? and Conflicted #3), Gray Cook gives you three practical, hands-on experiences for individuals with:

·       Mobility problems
·       Motor Control/Stability problems, and
·       Symmetry problems

If screening has helped you identify which of these directions to move in, Gray’s experiences can be effective (and deceptively difficult for those who need them) starting points to provide awareness and help refine the corrective exercises that your patient, client or athlete will need.
All you need is a half foam roll. . . and don’t forget to retest. 

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    Nikki Pritchett 8/12/2020 7:48:01 PM

    I love seeing all the ways to use a simple tool like the half foam roll. Thanks!

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    Mike Christen 8/13/2020 2:27:28 PM

    Thank you guys for that. Give myself a try on the Ankle Mob. Mike

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    Christoph Zaller 8/31/2020 4:53:58 PM

    Thanks for this great Video! I hope you show us more of such fantastic Videos! It would be great a realtime example with the whole test, corrective exercises and retest! Thanks all to you for your work! Chris

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    Dawn 9/11/2020 1:49:49 PM

    great insight.. really appreciate becoming aware vs asking the trainer-whats wrong or did it get better how do you come about developing these sequences

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    Dawn 9/18/2020 4:01:40 PM

    this is awesome approach and im using with clients and they are finally getting it!!

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    Tyler Shelton 1/21/2021 3:19:40 PM

    I realize the point of this isn't to just look at a database of exercises, but instead to figure out where the dysfunction is in someone's movement and then give them a flow of exercises that addresses those issues in a way that highlights the issue clearly in the client's head so they can work on improving that baseline movement. That said - is there a database of movements or course to take that helps us develop these drill sequences on our own (specifically ones that teach us how to incorporate the half foam roll) - because a lot of the drills used in this video just would never have occurred to me.

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    Zachary Manwaring 9/8/2022 10:36:29 AM

    I am impressed with Lee simply laying on that foam roll without falling off. I have a near impossibility of staying on it without slipping to a side just trying to do the clock face.