April 27, 2018

But our upright design did not come out of nowhere. It evolved sequentially from earlier and more primitive forms of posture and movement—a fact that is reflected in our individual growth as we develop from simple, fish-like creatures in the womb, crawl on our bellies...

April 23, 2018

The problem with the overall approach is that it largely begs the question of how the body actually does work -- that is, it fails to articulate in a specific and positive way how the body works normally.

April 17, 2018

No amount of visualization or anatomical imaging can bring about correct working of the muscular system, for at least two reasons.

April 12, 2018

Reciprocal innervation is a normative function; it simply does not work in a corrective context. In spite of this mistake, however, this concept has been around for decades.

April 10, 2018

Methods for correcting muscular imbalances are based on several largely unquestioned theories and assumptions.

April 6, 2018

To be sound, a method must be based on a true working knowledge of how the musculoskeletal system is designed to function in action and how to restore this system, and this knowledge is far more important than the particular techniques used in any one case.

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