For those of you who have read Movement, you have probably read chapter 15 where Gray Cook discusses his 10 movement principles. Gray has started a blog on these 10 movement principles in more detail to clarify and add to what he had in his book. So far he has spoken about the first 5 movement principles. I encourage you to read up/listen to his points thus far and continue to as he posts the rest of the principles each Tuesday. Whether you believe in his philosophy or not, hopefully it can give you a new idea or a different way to look at movement and injury.
1. Seperate painful movement patterns from dysfunctional movement patterns whenever possible to create clarity and perspective.
2. The starting point for movement learning is a reproducible movement baseline.
Movement learning and re-learning has hierarchies that are fundamental to the development of perception and behavior.