[audio:http://www.abc3116.sg-host.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/09-Global-Mobilisers-VO2max-Quality-movement.mp3|titles=09 Global Mobilisers, VO2max, Quality movement] Mark and Scott finish this series by describing the final layer of the neuro-muscular system; the global mobilisers. The discussion finishes with a concluding statement that points to the future of physical preparation and performance. What happens to some of my metabolic measures when I actually improve movement efficiency?
[audio:http://www.abc3116.sg-host.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/08-Respiration-and-stability-pain-patterns.-Transcending-lock-down.-Nikolai-Bernstein.mp3|titles=08 Respiration and stability, pain patterns. Transcending lock-down. Nikolai Bernstein] Mark and Scott bring to conclusion much of what has been discussed in this audio series. Topics covered include; Chronic pain and lock down. How the diaphragm and transversus abdominus are continous with each other functional and proprioceptively. Why Grooving in sport is a lock-down […]
What Do Janda and Hodges Agree is Important in Functional Control and Stability of the Spine. Part 2 of 3.
Biomechanical Models of Spinal Control Control of upright orientation. Uprightness and stability are an accurate description of the challenge for humans. How we maintain the optimal curves of the spine over a life-time needs to be understood. Control of the spine in the regulation of translational and rotational forces at the intervertebral level both in […]
Mark takes Lisa through the experience of sitting with deep system activation. As this was Lisa’s first experience of this, the challenge is to maintain intra-abdominal pressure during exhalation. Mark goes on to explain the whole-health benefits of this way of breathing.