Advances in Functional Training by Mike Boyle

By Mike Boyle

Через семь лет после публикации первой книги sensible education for activities Майк возвращается в книгопечатание с новой книгой, с новым понимаем функциональности тела.
В ней он переосмысливает свое видение тренировочного процеса, его целей и методов.

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Most people who have ankle mobility restrictions immediately lift the heel. I often hold the heel down for beginners so they get the feel of what I’m looking for in the movement. The third key is to make it multi-planar. I like fifteen reps, doing five to the outside toward the small toe, five straight, and five driving the knee in past the big toe. Self-mobilizing the ankle involves a gentle rocking motion. Teach the client how to send that rocking action into the joint. That’s the simplest way to look at it is we’re feeding motion into the joint.

Cook has advocated chops and lifts as excellent exercises to correct asymmetries and to enhance stability. Our job as coaches is to develop progressions from these ideas. Adding Strength to Dysfunction Another area where Cook’s thoughts provide insight is in exercise selection. ” What he’s saying in the simplest sense is if you can’t squat, don’t squat. An athlete or client who cannot perform the overhead squat to a least score a two in the screen should not be squatting. In essence if we allow him to do squats, we are simply adding strength on top of dysfunction.

Determining the difference is easy. Place the athlete in a long sitting position on a table. Passively dorsiflex the athlete’s ankle. If the ankle range of motion is limited but the athlete does not report a stretching in the gastroc, the issue is mobility, not flexibility. This athlete will respond to ankle self-mobilization, rather than stretching. Ankle Self-Mobilization Have the athlete stand with the toes a few inches away from the wall and dorsiflex the ankle so the heel stays in contact with the floor and the knee touches the wall.

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