Doing the right thing – is leadership. Doing things right – is management. All the great ideas and integrity in the world will not bring you success if you cannot manage your time and money. These works will help you understand the best way to present your products and services.
These works deal with a wide range of topics, but I feel it is important for the exercise and rehabilitation professional to be current and well-rounded.
Thinking outside the box is not something that happens naturally. It’s is a skill that needs to be nurtured. These authors take interesting and refreshing perspectives that sometimes challenge conventional wisdom… and that is a good thing.
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What's Behind a Mobility Problem?
Reactive Neuromuscular Training
VCU Physical Therapy Lecture
The Psychology of Movement
Revisiting Athletic Body In Balance
What About the Toe Touch?
The Three Rs
Isolation, It's Totally Natural
IFOMPT Keynote Address
Developing a Movement Philosophy
Schooling vs Education
Functional Movement Systems—Screening, Assessment, Corrective Strategies
Lee Burton, Kyle Kiesel
Greg Rose & Milo Byrant
Tradition no longer serves us. That’s right. I said it. Tradition no longer serves us when it fails to create an independent and sustainable culture. Innovation is not the enemy of tradition. In fact, tradition creates a stable base for us to innovate. Tradition provides the knowledge that makes us inquisitive. The first question to […]
A 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. Tightness is often a way that the body uses parking brakes in the absence of real, authentic braking systems. […]
I'm a physical therapist, lecturer and author, with a foot in both rehabilitation and strength & conditioning, a paddle in hand and an eye on the water.
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