Reebok Movement Screens Part 1: History and Rationale

An interview with Gray Cook
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  • Welcome.
  • Origins of the Screens: The search for functional assessment tools.
  • Seven screens to match the seven most common (and most commonly inhibited) movement patterns of human beings.
  • Foundation in athletics - Application to personal training clients.
  • “Qualitative” vs. “Quantitative” movement assessment.
  • How do the Screens work?
  • Example: In-line Lunge.
  • Movement symmetry and asymmetry – the KEY to injury prevention.
  • Impact of the Screens on a client’s training program - Experts in exercise vs. Experts in movement.
  • Thinking long term for our clients.
  • Incorporating the Screens into workouts.
  • Explore Reebok Movement Screens.

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