Movement Podcast
Movement Podcast
Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton
Human movement is complex, fascinating, and affects us all. Our hosts, Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton, have dedicated their lives to understanding movement and have trained thousands of fitness and healthcare professionals worldwide with their holistic philosophy and approach. Listen as they discuss topics, speak with other industry experts, answer questions & give practical advice on how you can optimize the human body to be the best it can be.
Breaking Down and Battling Low Back Pain
Worldwide… what’s the leading cause of disability? If you said low back pain, you’d be correct. Today, we welcome our guest, Dr. Kyle Kiesel. Kyle is an expert in low back pain and professor emeritus and former Chair of the Physical Therapy Department at the University of Evansville. On this episode, we cover pros and cons of pain as a diagnosis, risk factors, and options for early intervention, management, and even prevention.So let’s get going with this episode of the Movement Podcast – Powered by FMS. Get $50 off the FMS Low Back Pain online course. Follow this link and use promo LBP22 at checkout. 👉🏻: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter: 👈🏻📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
Jul 27
1 hr 25 min
Crafting Good Movement with Youth
Today, we welcome our guest, Peter Bowler. Peter is a former Professional Cricketer and since retiring, has been on a mission to help children move better. He is currently the CEO of FMS Schools based in the UK.On this episode, we cover elite athlete development, the current state of youth health and wellness, and ways to change the culture within physical education. So let’s get going with this episode of the Movement Podcast – Powered by FMS.  Get $50 off FMS L1 or L2 Virtual courses. Follow this link and use promo VIRT22 at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter: 👈🏻📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
Jul 13
1 hr 17 min
Brain Hacks for Growing Good Posture
Posture, good or bad, is automatic. But for those with poor posture, is it possible to change it over time? Is it holding you back, causing problems, and are you even aware?Today, we discuss posture and why it matters. We dive into static vs. dynamic, spine positions and function, simple changes for better results, and many options for learning and retaining better posture.So let’s align with this episode of the Movement Podcast – powered by FMS.Get $50 off FMS L1 or L2 Virtual courses. Follow this link and use promo VIRT22 at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter: 👈🏻📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
Jun 22
55 min
Bettering Your Body's Balance
Today, we welcome our guest, Dr. Phil Plisky.Phil is a physical therapist, athletic trainer, and strength and conditioning coach. He's an Associate Professor of Physical Therapy at the University of Evansville, Co-Founder of the Professional Rebellion, and performance systems consultant in professional sports and in the military. His research in movement testing and injury prevention led him to develop the Y-Balance Test and Move2Perform software.    On this episode, we discuss balance. We cover why balance is important, how we measure it, signs you may have bad balance, and how you can improve it.So get your bearings for this episode of the Movement Podcast – powered by FMS. Click the link below and get $50 off the YBT Online Course using promo code YBT22👉🏻: YBT Online Course 👈🏻📺: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
Jun 8
1 hr 7 min
Sensory Secrets of Your Hands and Feet
Your hands and feet are your connection to the world. They collect a massive amount of sensory information and help support many different functions. But how exactly do they affect your movement?On this episode, we discuss what your brain thinks about your hands and feet. We explore the sensory homunculus and how our brain maps our body.We cover the development of our hands and feet, grip strength, locomotion, and barefoot running. We dive into their form, function, and ultimately how both work within movement patterns.So let’s get going with this episode of the Movement Podcast-- powered by FMS.Get $50 off FMS L1 or L2 Virtual courses. Follow this link and use promo VIRT22 at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter: 👈🏻📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
May 25
50 min
Fighting Fire with Function
Today, we welcome our guest, Mike Contreras. Mike is the Division Chief at Orange County Fire Authority, based in Mission Viejo, CA. With over 30 years of experience working with and training firefighting personnel, he also is the founder of FMS Health and Safety, which addresses individual risk of injury and helps optimize overall health and performance.   On this episode, we discuss working with industrial athletes. We cover what tactics he employs during training, how he implements his practices across a large and varied population, how the world of industrial athletes has evolved, and what are some takeaways we can learn from his journey. So let’s sound the alarm in today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Get $50 off FMS L1 or L2 Virtual courses. Follow this link and use promo VIRT22 at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter: 👈🏻📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
May 11
1 hr 12 min
Max Power in Rotational Sports
Creating controllable speed and power is a must-have to compete in rotational sports such as golf, tennis, and baseball. Today, we welcome our guest, Dr. Greg Rose to help us unlock this idea in our season 5 premiere. Greg brings a wealth of knowledge on the subject as the co-founder of Titleist Performance Institute and founder of OnBase University and RaquetFit, based in San Diego. On this episode, we cover durability versus performance, the impact of strength training in-season versus off-season, and how to decipher between mobility or stability problems to unleash more power.So let’s spin up this season of the Movement Podcast – Powered by FMS.Get $50 off SFMA L1 or L2 Courses. Follow this link and use promo VIRT22 at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter: 👈🏻📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
Apr 28
1 hr 13 min
Let's Run It Back: Season 4 Finale
In this episode of the Movement Podcast, we wrap up with our season 4 finale. We’d like to say thank you to our listeners, and if you’re listening for the first time, welcome. We’ve put together some highlights to recap all of the topics we covered and the amazing guests who shared with us along the way, including Dr. Kelly Starrett, Katy Bowman, Brett Jones, & Mike Deibler. Whether you missed a few episodes, or want a quick refresher on what was discussed, here is your opportunity. We hope you enjoy this episode and look forward to being back with you all in season 5.So get ready for the season 4 finale of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Special Offer:Intro to Indian Clubs30% OFF: Use CLUBCOURSE promo code at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the FMS Newsletter: 👈🏻📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter
Jan 19
1 hr 17 min
A Lifter's Guide to Movement
From Olympic weightlifting to powerlifting, Strongman to bodybuilding, or just the average person lifting weights, individuals all over the world have discovered the benefits that strength training has to offer.But with its continuing popularity, there’s also been a rise in misinformation, bad form, and unobtainable goals.Today, we give our insight on weight training.We discuss who should be lifting and why you should figure out your goals before picking up a bar. We dive into soreness, plateaus, the stress recovery cycle, and the Importance of good technique.So get ready for the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Special Offer:Intro to Indian Clubs30% OFF: Use CLUBCOURSE promo code at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the Movement Podcast Newsletter: 👈🏻📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter📺: Subscribe to the FMS YouTube Channel for more videos
Jan 5
52 min
Core Surgery and Its Effect on Movement
From hernias to c-sections, a large part of the population will experience an abdominal procedure at some point in their life. But after the incision heals, is there something we’re missing when it comes to its effect on movement?  Today, we discuss core surgeries. We cover ways our movement is affected after going under the knife, our own personal experiences with hernias, physical obstacles after a c-section, and strategies to get your movement quality back after surgery.So let’s get to the core of the issue on today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.Special Offer:Intro to Indian Clubs30% OFF: Use CLUBCOURSE promo code at checkout.👉🏻: Subscribe to the Movement Podcast Newsletter: 👈🏻📺: Do you want more content like this? Join Here📸: Movement Podcast Instagram🐤: FMS Twitter📺: Subscribe to the FMS YouTube Channel for more videos
Dec 22, 2021
1 hr 4 min
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