Assess and Correct DVD and Agility Training Book by Eric Cressey, Mike Robertson, and Bill Hartman. Corrective exercises for athletes to help unlock. a great DVD on this topic called “Assess and Correct: Breaking Barriers to Unlock Performance” by my friends Eric Cressey, Mike Roberston. newspaper, or journal – and these cases require written approval from Eric Cressey, Bill. Hartman, or Mike Robertson prior to publication. For more information.

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I found these pretty helpful as I have witnessed many people doing these techniques poorly.

Would this be redundant material or is there new concepts to be realized. Assess and Correct by Eric Cressey. Lists with This Book.

There are a few bonuses that are included with the DVD package too, I thought these would be worth mentioning.

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Chaz Carstairs marked it as to-read Dec 08, The set cresey 2 DVDs. Robertson is also an accomplished powerlifter, having competed at the National Level and coached at the World Level. Open Preview See a Problem? This offer is over, but this is still a great product at any price.

Ryan Faer added it Dec 02, There is a huge list of techniques for the entire body that will allow you to assess movement from head to toe including upper extremity, lower extremity, and core movement patterns. The exercises progress from simple to advanced for each technique and offer a wide variety of exercises to choose from. Eric, Mike, and Bill also did a great job putting together a great variety of thoughtful and innovative techniques qnd use.


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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Nicolai added it Jul 29, Brian marked it as to-read Oct 04, To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Looking at functional movement and applying corrective exercise techniques is a trend that we should all be applying with our injured and healthy patients and clients.

The DVDs contain both simple and advanced corrective techniques to apply to a wide variety of sedentary people to high performance athletes. Tried purchasing but it says its no longer available?

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Trust me when I tell you that if you change your thought process you will see an outstanding change in your outcomes. Click below to learn more about seeing Mike and his team for 1x consultations or ongoing services: Sharon marked it as to-read Jun 29, It is hard to teach both WHY you need to look past a simple joint examination and more into how the joint pathology relates to dysfunctional movement patterns, and also HOW to do this. Send this to a friend Your email Recipient email Send Cancel.


For baseball-related information, I also have a new website for baseball players, parents, coaches, rehab specialist, and strength coaches looking to enhance baseball performance:. I too have found myself stuck in my ways looking just at the injured joint and not the dysfunctional movement patterns, sort of like seeing the forest through the trees, I guess??? This looks very similar to what Shirley Sahrmann teaches in the movement system impairment MSI approach to examination.

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Bill is also an Active Release Techniques Practitioner, with credentials to treat upper extremity, lower extremity, and spinal disorders. Click below to learn more about some of my products: In total there are 27 assessment techniques and cresaey correct exercises that correspond to each assessment. Em Flegg marked it as to-read Nov 05,