Athletic Body in Balance

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Re: Athletic Body in Balance

Post by KenDowns » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:27 pm

JasonJones wrote:
KPj wrote:I do understand this because I used to think it but it's actually a misunderstanding (or use?) of the FMS.
I should have been more clear that I do not mean to conflate the FMS and my statement about "specialists". The two are not connected, and I personally love the FMS. Most "specialists" have some kind of cockamamie certificate. I myself have a "spinal injury management" certificate, an "upper body post-rehabilitation" certificate a "lower body post-rehabilitation" certificate and an "advanced strength training" certificate; they're not worth the paper they're printed on, but I need continuing education credits to renew my training certificate and they look good to prospective employers.

Kelly Starrett's approach is mostly soft tissue work with lacrosse balls and joint distraction.
Everybody at work tells me I've got a bullshitificate

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Re: Athletic Body in Balance

Post by Oscar_Actuary » Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:27 pm

JasonJones wrote:My post really wasn't as clear as I thought it was. :pale:
Cheer up. When I do it, it's called trolling
KenDowns wrote:Everybody at work tells me I've got a bullshitificate
With your sense of humour, you remind me of a more awkward better speling version of myself. I make time to read your posts

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