One of my distance clients from outside of the country asked a really, really good question in between his thesis working hours. The concept is so important that I thought it warranted its own article.
How do you know what positional errors to allow your client to make? How do you know what you should write in their program? You have to know about controlling extension.
His original prompt was:
What is actually the concept of controlling extension? Is it when someone is still extended and tries to not let it get worse during an exercise? Will this not feed into this pattern?
Let’s dive into it.
Boy, you missed a good weekend.
IFAST hosted Jennifer Poulin and her rendition of Myokinematic Restoration this past weekend.
We had a great group of people. And we had dinner.
And we welcomed our Nebraskan special guest, Matt Hornung!
Whether you’re a therapist or a strength coach, you need to take this course. And you need to start coming to IFAST for your PRI needs because we have too much fun.
I’m going to summarize some main points from the course, but keep in mind that the content of this blog post is everywhere. You should not proclaim you understand PRI solely from this blog post.