Assess and Correct DVD and Agility Training Book by Eric Cressey, Mike Robertson, and Bill Hartman. Corrective exercises for athletes to help unlock. Invest in Your Body. It’s the Only One You Have. “The program that Mike Robertson, Eric Cressey, and Bill Hartman are offering is a solution. It is a solution to. a great DVD on this topic called “Assess and Correct: Breaking Barriers to Unlock Performance” by my friends Eric Cressey, Mike Roberston.
|Published (Last):||18 October 2010|
|PDF File Size:||14.63 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||9.73 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Patred marked it as to-read Feb 20, I emailed Eric and Mike to let them know I was going anx write about the DVDs and they were gracious enough to offer a limited time discount to my readers! And there are also many more advanced corrective exercises for each technique as well, like this:. Invest in Your Body. Ryan rated it it was amazing Aug 19, Find More Great Content.
Assess and Correct Exercises and Agility Training | Improve Sports Performance | Testimonials |
Books by Eric Cressey. Send this to a friend Your email Recipient email Send Cancel.
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. In total there are 27 assessment techniques and 78 correct exercises that correspond to each assessment.
The little gems I picked up have made my life as a trainer much easier and really helped take my training to the next level. Not only that but now that I have had the product a few months I find myself going back to it at least every few weeks and picking up new and useful info I missed on the first round through and often more importantly find myself reminded of things I should be doing.
The manual is also outstanding and a great resource. Return to Book Page. Leave a Reply Want to join the discussion?
Assess and Correct
This looks very similar to what Shirley Sahrmann teaches in the movement system impairment MSI approach to examination. The exercises progress from simple to advanced for cprrect technique and offer a wide variety of exercises to choose from.
Open Preview See a Problem?
Work with Mike Reinold and His Team. As a physical therapist and athletic trainer, I know that I can apply many of these techniques in my clinic with patients and in my training center with athletes. Refresh and try again.
Trivia About Assess and Correct.
Assess and Correct | Eric Cressey, Mike Robertson, Bill Hartman | About the Creators |
This offer expires adn the end of the day Friday. Respicur rated it it was amazing Aug 10, Thanks for telling us about the problem. This was a product I was able to watch and immediately apply to my current clients, and truthfully, my own corrwct programs and right away start noticing a difference in the way people were moving and feeling. Once functional movements are assessed, corrective exercises can be prescribed as treatments.
Sharon marked it as to-read Jun 29, So this is something you can learn from, apply in your practice, and also recommend to athletes and active individuals to use on their own in the future as well. Rick Kaselj, MS www. Would this be redundant rric or is there new concepts to be realized.
They share with us many techniques that they have all spent their careers developing.
This is not an obvious component to many of our backgrounds. This video is not only full of top quality information on how to assess ccressey how to correct what you have just assessed but it is so easy to understand and apply. Cormac O’Shea marked it as to-read Dec 16, Cressey is a highly sought-after coach for healthy and injured athletes alike from youth sports to the professional and Olympic ranks.
A lifetime athlete, Bill has been competitive in the sports of javelin, collegiate football, bodybuilding, and powerlifting. Consistently erif the information on this DVD for a few minutes each day should help anyone remain limber and injury free for a long time.
Assess and Correct will make any fitness professional better at what he or she does. John marked it as to-read Mar 15,