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In ExPhysiology, Videos

February 28, 2009

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Midline stabilization is essential for effective functional movement. Kelly Starrett, of San Francisco CrossFit, explains the essential anatomy and physiology of it in this excerpt from his one day seminar at CrossFit Santa Cruz on November 9, 2008.

The midline is the entire spine, and its stability is dependent not just on the core, but also on all the prime movers of the body, including the hip, glutes, and hamstrings. Excessive… Continue Reading

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In ExPhysiology, Exercises, Radio

February 22, 2009

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This is the 36th episode of CrossFit Radio, which aired at 6pm PST on February 20th, 2009.

0:00 Intro
2:45 Kelly Starrett from San Francisco CrossFit
57:20 Comments of the week from “Jakers” and “Nick”

Kelly talks about his background, both in general and with CrossFit, his Midline Stabilization series in the Journal, and stretching suggestions and PNF.

1hr 2min 16sec

The next show will be Monday, February 23, 2009 with Tony Budding about the new… Continue Reading

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In this two part lecture, Coach Greg Glassman unifies fitness and health. This lecture is the first time we’ve published a revolutionary new component (a three-dimensional model) that has the potential to both redefine and unite the health and fitness fields forever.

Health can now be concisely and precisely defined as increased work capacity across broad time, modal, and age domains. Work capacity is the ability to perform real… Continue Reading

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In this two part lecture, Coach Greg Glassman unifies fitness and health. This lecture is the first time we’ve published a revolutionary new component (a three-dimensional model) that has the potential to both redefine and unite the health and fitness fields forever.

Health can now be concisely and precisely defined as increased work capacity across broad time, modal, and age domains. Work capacity is the ability to perform real… Continue Reading

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In ExPhysiology, Videos

February 17, 2009

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Midline stabilization is essential for effective functional movement. Kelly Starrett, of San Francisco CrossFit, explains the essential anatomy and physiology of it in this excerpt from his one day seminar at CrossFit Santa Cruz on November 9, 2008.

The midline is the entire spine, and its stability is dependent not just on the core, but also on all the prime movers of the body, including the hip, glutes, and… Continue Reading

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In ExPhysiology, Videos

February 09, 2009

Video Article

Midline stabilization is essential for effective functional movement. Kelly Starrett, of San Francisco CrossFit, explains the essential anatomy and physiology of it in this excerpt from his one day seminar at CrossFit Santa Cruz on November 9, 2008.

The midline is the entire spine, and its stability is dependent not just on the core, but also on all the prime movers of the body, including the hip, glutes, and… Continue Reading

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In ExPhysiology, Videos

January 30, 2009

Video Article

Midline stabilization is essential for effective functional movement. Kelly Starrett, of San Francisco CrossFit, explains the essential anatomy and physiology of it in this excerpt from his one day seminar at CrossFit Santa Cruz on November 9, 2008.

The midline is the entire spine, and its stability is dependent not just on the core, but also on all the prime movers of the body, including the hip… Continue Reading

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Movement 101

By Lon Kilgore

In ExPhysiology, Reference

January 29, 2009

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Lon Kilgore, PhD writes about the basics of human anatomy and movement definitions (Movement 101).

Anatomy is an intimidating topic to lots of people, but it is an important area of study relevant to many professions, including teachers of exercise. Previously, we examined how the recognition of body segment lengths that deviated from “normal” affected how a movement would look (Measure of a Man). It was our first step at… Continue Reading

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