Join Rob and I as we discuss a popular and effective method of rehabilitation and injury prevention known as the joint by joint approach popularized by Gray Cook.
- [1:10] How Rob became a traitor and switched from strongman to crossfit
- [2:18] The results of Rob’s most recent strongman/crossfit competition
- [11:14] Introduction to the Joint by Joint Approach
- [15:18] What do your stinky feet need? How does the subtalar joint get involved?
- [17:58] Best exercises to promote foot stability
- [19:58] How your feet can affect knee pain
- [20:37] How the ankle fits into the joint by joint approach - Ankle mobility drills from Mike Reinold
- [24:30] Rob’s favorite ankle mobility assessment
- [26:55] How the knee is a slave to the hip, foot and ankle
- [30:00] What you need for happy hips
- [35:40] Why the hip needs a combination of mobility and stability
- [36:35] Best exercises for the hips
- [38:00] How the lumbar spine needs stability and why spinal health relies on the health of other joints
- [41:50] Why you need to kegel and how to recruit the deep core stabilizers
- [44:20] Take away points and summary in regards to the squat
- [48:40] How this approach can be used in the physical therapy setting
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