Reversing the PFE
A few days ago one of our fellow PMF1 instructor asked me, if it is possible to reverse the Primal Flow Evaluation?Well, as the lawyers say - "To break the law you must know the law." So, the answer is yes, if you have the reason.
Primal Flow Assessment
"We often seek power when really we have poor efficiency.
The 10 elements of a Primal Session
So, how does a Primal Move Fundamentals lesson look like? Primal Flow Evaluation for mobility and status report Mobility based on the PFE Injury Prevention and sensory integration Core or Trunk Coordination Submaximal Plyometrics Skill Training Resistance Training Games Metabolic conditioning Primal Flow Evaluation as Mobility Cooldown and status report The concept comes from Dr.
More on crawling - progression...
In this video we wanted to show you what are the keypoints when we teach crawling, and how detailed oriented we are when we teach one of the most primtive movement, the crawl.
"ALL knowledge comes from somebody else.
Gentle Strength Training - an article by Tim Anderson, the author of Becaming Bulletproof.
Gentle Strength Training - an article by Tim Anderson, the author of Becaming Bulletproof.The words gentle and strength training don’t normally go together.
Quite a Stretch - Stretching research clearly shows that a stretching habit isn’t good for much of a
More information on stretching - a very interesting read here.
Current concepts in muscle stretching for exercise and rehabilitation
A short but useful article on stretching - link here.
Primal Charge - how should we pratice?
Primal Move was born out of necessity, working with injured athletes or average clients who did not enjoy movements anymore – pain, discomfort stopped them to enjoy movements.
Graded motor imagery
Graded Motor ImageryGraded Motor Imagery (GMI) has been proven useful for: Complex Regional Pain Syndrome - Type 1 -- formerly called reflex sympathetic dystrophy's characterized by pain and skin changes that persist long after the tissues associated with the initial injury have healed.
Christopher McDougall: Are we born to run?
Are we born to run? Watch this video presentation byChristopher McDougall.Click here!
A Key Link in the Locomotor System: The Upper-Thoracic Spine - Craig Liebenson's article
With chiropractic backgrounds rooted in motion palpation and functional rehabilitation, we have observed that the upper-thoracic spine may be the most commonly restricted area in the locomotor system.
Graded motor imagery - interesting article
The following material is cited from http://www.gradedmotorimagery.com, an amazing website run by Lorimer Moseley and David Butler - they are both leading resources in pain science.