Weighing the Value of a Method

Methods for bringing about improvements have no value if they are not based on a working knowledge of the muscular system and how it operates. What good does it do to stretch this or that muscle, to strengthen this or that muscle group, if we do not know how these muscles are actually designed to function and how to restore that natural function? 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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