Course curriculum

  • 1
    What is Variability?
    • The Gait Cycle (FEATURED CONTENT)
    • The Gait Cycle Part 2 (FEATURED CONTENT)
    • Variability
    • What is Variability? (SLIDES)
  • 2
    Neurological Permission
    • Low Trap and Gait
    • Neurological Permission
    • Neural Permission (SLIDES)
    • Gait Analysis
    • Week 1 Quiz
  • 3
    Why is it Important?
    • The Importance of Variability (FEATURED CONTENT)
    • Why is this Important?
    • Why is it Important? (SLIDES)
  • 4
    Sagittalism
    • Tri-Planar Movement (FEATURED CONTENT)
    • Sagittalism
    • Sagittalism (SLIDES)
    • Do Not Lose Sagittal Ability (ARTICLE)
    • Week 2 Quiz
  • 5
    Why We Lose Variability
    • Developing with Dysfunction (FEATURED CONTENT)
    • Why We Lose Variability
    • Why We Lose Variability (SLIDES)
    • Purposeful Rehabilitation (ARTICLE)
  • 6
    Lowering Your Performance Ceiling
    • Time Under Tension (FEATURED CONTENT)
    • Lowering Your Performance Ceiling
    • Lowering Your Performance Ceiling (SLIDES)
    • Week 3 Quiz
  • 7
    You Can't Force It!
    • You Can't Force It
    • You Can't Force It (SLIDES)
    • Psychological Implications
  • 8
    How Can We Train For Variability?
    • How Can We Train It?
    • How Can We Train It (SLIDES)
    • Program Review - Hamstrings and Obliques
    • Program Review - Hamstrings and Obliques
  • 9
    Variability in Other Places
    • The Power of Observation (ARTICLE)
    • Variability in Other Places
    • Variability in other Places (SLIDES)
    • TED TALK: The Importance of Variation in Human Movement
    • Week 4 Quiz
    • CLUB MEMBER SURVEY

Neurological Permission

Rarely does mobility come down to tissue restriction (tight muscles). Nine times out of ten, we are dealing with a brain problem. The brain has to ALLOW you to move.
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Neurological Permission

Training for Variability

The term "Muscle Confusion" is thrown around a lot at local gyms. Turns out, they're on to something. Constant change ensure that the body cannot predict your next move which will keep you free to move in many directions.
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Training for Variability