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Strength Report: Correcting Movement Dysfunction - Part I: Evaluationby: Bryan Dermody
Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach, New York Jets
© December 2010
The human body is an amazing machine, capable of incredible combinations of strength, speed, agility, mobility and flexibility that produce an impressive array of movement patterns. The problem is that there are many things that can stop functioning correctly within the human body’s very complicated structure. When something stops working properly in a joint or muscle, or a combination of these, the function quickly becomes dysfunction.
Movement dysfunction is one of the best predictors of injury in athletes. Accordingly, it is imperative that the strength and conditioning coach take steps to turn the athlete with dysfunctional movement patterns into one with fully functional movement, so that the athlete is able to perform injury free and at an optimal level. This is where evaluation becomes so critical. It is a way o....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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