|If Mel Gibson can't do it..... Chuck Norris can.|
So how do we do this in performance training, fitness and youth sports?
|RFESS or Bulgarian Split Squats|
Flanking: Power and strength work in the weight room. Single leg work, deadlifts, core work, mobility and motor control will all improve speed on the field. If a kid has weak hips, all the sprint mechanic drills won't fix that, but doing the right things in the weight room will lead to tremendous gains.
FMS (Functional Movement Screen)
Facing it head on: Improve movement by practicing the "big 3" screens.
Flanking: Use correctives on the "little 4" that will indirectly improve the big 3 and movement in general. Soft tissue work, stretches, mobility and RNT/motor control are all flanking the direct issue. The entire Joint by Joint approach is based on a flanking idea. Where ever the pain is, look above and below the joint.
|90 seconds gets twice the results|
Facing it head on: Do situps and crunches or buy a bull$*&T product from an infomercial.
Flanking: Delete the negatives from your diet (grains, sugar, and processed food), eat more veggies and lean meats, do full body strength exercises, and add some high intensity intervals.
Eliminating Joint Pain
Facing it head on: Surgery, pain killers, and braces.
Flanking: DNS, SFMA, ART, Graston, chiropractic work and the dozens of other therapies that address soft tissue, the neurological response and treating the body as a whole unit. The therapy and clinical world is completely founded on flanking pain.
Youth Fitness (obesity, participation, and physical culture)