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Let's talk about the obstacles for muscle testing as a diagnostic tool

Muscle testing variables from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.

 

Muscle testing is probably NOT an appropriate diagnostic tool because of how many variables go into the outcome of a muscle testing weak or strong.

Have you ever felt like you were going down the rabbit hole chasing lots of strange...

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Our video demo on passive vs active mobility will change your practice

Here is an example of why most treatments and passive techniques especially ones performed laying down do not work!

I recently posted about the importance of challenging your clients results against gait. (See latest post on gait assessments)

I received a lot of questions and interest on this...

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Are you using gait to assess your clients results?

One of the number one things you can do as a movement professional or therapist is study the human gait cycle. When it comes to offering your clients long lasting results, gait is the gold standard! If you can improve gait, results are much more likely to transfer into their life.

Why is it...

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It is important to train sensory input after an injury or surgery

TMP | Sensory Training from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo.

 

Sensory before Motor!

One of the most neglected and generally unknown concepts is that having a good sensory system is integral for health and performance.

If you've ever had a surgery or reoccurring injury it is likely that you have some...

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The level of pain you feel is not an accurate measurement of severity

Pain does not always equal injury.

Injury does not always equal pain.

Pain is fascinating and mysterious.

It's important to know that it is an output of the brain.

It does not live in the tissues where you feel it.

And, just because you feel pain in a specific location does not mean there is a...

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Use an assessment so you can eliminate the guessing game

assessments education Feb 24, 2017

You deserve an assessment!

At TMP, people usually find us after they have tried lots of other things that didn't satisfy their needs.

So, I am accustomed to hearing about people's experiences with other stuff.

The one thing that stands out to me over and over again is how much movement is being...

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1 very simple way to assess client results in the moment

Two game changer principles for improving health and performance:

  1. Make Your Brain Feel Safe
  2. Make Your Brain Pay Attention

How do you know if you are achieving this? We teach all of our clients various ways to self-assess their exercise.

Start simple - measure a range of motion before...

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4 easy steps to building a recovery program

assessments health recovery Oct 13, 2016

Hi Guys,

I’m Alisha Hale with The Movement Project and today I am going to talk to you about the importance of knowing how to assess your limits. I’m also going to teach you a very simple way to build a recovery program that works for you!

In my last two blogs, I talked with you...

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I rehabbed my pushup with pushups!

Hi Guys!
I’m Alisha Hale with The Movement Project and I recently spoke with you all about my journey back into a healthy, active lifestyle. The truth is that personal trainers and health educators are not exempt from personal problems and struggles. I want to share bits and pieces of my...

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Learn how to measure the progress of each exercise in the moment

Learn a self assessment tool to improve your health and performance! from Taylor Kruse on Vimeo

Hey guys! I’m Taylor Kruse from The Movement Project. In my last video blog I talked about how we use a brain-based model for fitness, how it’s probably very different from...

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