This is a chapter 14 summary of the book “Movement” by Gray Cook.
Corrective exercise is focused on providing input to the nervous system. We are allowing the patients and clients to experience the actual predicament that lies beneath the surface of their movement pattern problem. It is okay for mistakes to be made, for these errors help accelerate motor learning. Minimal cueing should be utilized, as we want to patient to let them feel the enriching sensory experience.
Motor Program Retraining
There are several different methods in which we can achieve a desired motor output.
1) Reverse patterning – Performing a movement from the opposite direction.
2) Reactive neuromuscular training – Exaggerating mistakes so the patient/client overcorrects. Use oscillations first, followed by steady resistance.
3) Conscious Loading – Using load to hit the reset button for sequence and timing.
4) Resisted exercise – Makes patterns more stable and durable.
When you can deadlift that much, most anything is stable and durable.