FMS: First Move Well, Then Move Often!

8 Mar 21
FMS: First Move Well, Then Move Often!

The Functional Movement Screen (FMS) was introduced in 2001 by a physical therapist named Gray Cook.  FMS was first explained in High Performance Sports Conditioning, a book that used latest training information to make good athletes great. In 2007, Cook introduced the concept of FMS to two NFL teams, the Bears and Colts. That year […]

12 Dec 20
ACL Re-Injury: When Should Athletes Return to Sport?

There’s nothing worse than injuring yourself during the season. It’s no fun being stuck on the sideline, but proper healing is important. After an injury athletes are always eager to get to sport, but does what happens if they go back too soon? Athletes post anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgeries often ask, “How likely am […]

16 Nov 20
From Risk to Resilience: Training Principles for Athletes

Any athlete out there knows they have to train in order to improve their performance. However, not everybody knows how much, how fast or how soon to progress their training program. In Tim Gabbett’s article, How much? How fast? How soon? Three simple concepts for progressing training loads to minimize injury risk and enhance performance, […]