Discussing the value of IMPROPER alignment when training, the principal of progressive adaptation…and differentiating core “ability” vs “strength”
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During this speech concerning a mishmash of topics, Dr. Spina explains the importance of movement based goals with training vs. the individualized muscular focus often taken by most trainers. Topics such as ‘core training’, and ‘scapular stability’ training are used as examples to describe how current approaches fall short due to the fact that the end goal of the training is either incorrect…or poorly defined.
Also discussed is the concept of conditioning in positions of IMPROPER alignment in order to prepare the body for the imposed functional demands of ADLs and sport.