The quest for improved athletic performance, reduced pain and dysfunction, reduced injury rates and overall better health has led our population to an explosion in the pursuit of different applications of training, nutrition, and pharmaceutical enhancement.
Unfortunately, we live in a society that for the majority thus far, has relied strictly on improving functionality by changing physicality without monitoring how our bodies are actually performing and responding to our movement.
There are a number of ways to improve strength and power and that topic will be discussed briefly. The goal of this text is to look at the major problems with movement patterns and how these movement patterns evolve into limitations in performance, and in many cases, injury.
AUTHOR: DR. PHILIP PALMER