Eric Cressey – Building the Efficient Athlete
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Millions of trainers, coaches, and athletes worldwide are looking for the Holy Grail of health and human performance. They are always arguing set and rep counts, training frequency, intensity, and length, and the finest equipment and supplements. Unfortunately, the vast majority of these arguments take place without a critical basis. That is, relatively few coaches, trainers, and players truly comprehend how the body functions.
The Functional Anatomy Geeks have arrived.
We admit that we’re nerds when it comes to not just knowing the anatomy of the body, but also how that structure affects function or malfunction (and, in turn, health or pathology). Typical anatomy courses require students to study the locations of bones and muscles, as well as their movements, places of attachment, and sometimes nerve innervations. Several important questions, however, are never asked:
What causes a muscle to become inactive?
What other muscles must work extra to compensate when a muscle “shuts down”?
What are the consequences of these compensations?
How can we find and eliminate inefficiencies?