Recently in clinic we have been throwing around the creation of a goat track analogy for movement and memory. Neurology and movement go hand in hand. We utilise the nervous system to create the connections [...]
NEURAL PRIMING - Eccentrics build strength @bigred322 demonstrating a deadlift warm up we've been playing with to prime the posterior chain. Focus on the slow controlled descent maintaining a stacked neutral spine.
Fatigueability in running is generally recognised through soreness in calves, knees and hips at certain points in time during the gait cycle. However as discussed previously what if the fatigue of other muscles and areas [...]
In the human body all systems are interconnected. From the nervous system and the musculoskeletal system to the digestive and immune system. It would be INCOMPLETE to just address one system or ONE REGION as with a [...]
Well almost, Our newest toy at TRIDENT MT is the not so humble laser. We have taken to creating a visual feedback tool for the purpose of re-patterning and rehab. Whilst typically a clinician would [...]
OPTIMISE - Movement Patterns “First move well then move often”- those are the words of movement guru Gray Cook. It couldn't ring more true for any activity and especially gym based activities. Too often we [...]