August 2020 Gray Institute Podcast Show Notes
Dr. Gary Gray talks about the upcoming Chain Reaction® Virtual answers the following question from a former Chain Reaction® attendee
Can you recall and share some of the oxymorons of Chain Reaction?®
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June 2020 Gray Institute Podcast Show Notes
Dr. Gary Gray answers 30 questions from a recent Gray Institute 3DMAPS® webinar.
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April 2020 Gray Institute Podcast Show Notes
Dr. Gary Gray answers the following questions
Question 1 from Sharon Tash
If the abs and lumbar spine are designed for stability, when doing an overhead reach in the sagittal plane, should the movement come from the thoracal cylinders since they should be the mobile part of the spine? Also when going in the front plane side to side, does the movement come from the thorax? Clarification would be most helpful. I work with women 50+ and the average age is 65. Thank you.
Question 2 from Fiona (Fi) Cressy
A friend’s son (who is hoping to study either medicine or physio from September) asked me for some information about what exactly is
Question 3 from Hayes Engholm
As you know in PT school we are taught to load certain musculature with one dimensional exercises to promote muscle hypertrophy such as weighted knee extension and heavy XXX squats to promote quadriceps hypertrophy. My question is for a bodybuilder athlete. How can a therapist/coach promote quadriceps hypertrophy utilizing a three dimensional approach rather than using a one dimensional approach such as knee extensions or by consistently overloading the XXX squat pattern.
This podcast is a re-cast of a podcast that Dr. Gary recorded with Justin Thomas Sanchez and Tina Jaehnert in January of 2020.
Dr. Gray goes deep on the topic of human functional movement and how The Gray Institute differentiates themselves from the competition with 3DMAPS® (3D Movement Assessment and Performance System).
Inspired by his own journey of fitness, motivation and self-discovery, Justin Thomas Sanchez, host of Chase Your Better Podcast, explores different pathways of inspiration through the lens of professionals in the fitness industry and beyond. From mindfulness, nutrition, addiction, training, coaching, therapy and more, it’s a no-topic-barred discussion with a focus on getting and keeping you inspired whenever you need it.
Tina Jaehnert is a personal training, Director @exceedfit, private trainer, independent contractor, host of Chase Your Better Podcast with Justin Thomas Sanchez and Co-Owner of TJTCONCEPTS. Tina began her career as a fitness professional when she was eighteen years old as a gymnastics coach. She has served as a Group Fitness Instructor and Group Fitness Director at high-end gyms throughout New York.
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January 2020 Gray Institute Podcast Show Notes
Gary Gray discusses and answers the question from Dr. Brian Rafool. "I think you would agree that it is important to expose the nervous system to potentially harmful stresses and motions, helping an individual to be better prepared for the inevitable when it occurs at real speed. Isn’t it just as important to expose individuals to ideally centrated joints, posture, and diaphragmatic control? Do you feel this is a waste of time because those gains will not effectively transfer in the heat of the battle?"
Gary Gray answers this question from Russia. What will I be able to do after I complete 3DMaps®?
December 2019 Gray Institute Podcast Show Notes
Gary Gray discusses a question from Matthew Haley in regards to performing exercises with a pt/client with scoliosis. Do you encourage movement mainly in the pattern that goes opposite the curve to encourage new pattern and neuromuscular control and avoid moving in the already dysfunctional pattern, or is there some value in moving in old pattern (into the curve so to speak) in all 3 planes to encourage good mobility even in that pattern?
Doug Gray chats continuing education with Jason Hamera. Jason Hamera graduated the GIFT program in 2015 and has since been involved in the PlayCoachMate Program within GIFT, Being in the fitness industry for 12 years, Jason has developed a passion for effective communion and teaching, which he fulfills via his role of Director of Education for Procedos. From training private clients, creating fitness curriculums, and leading international workshops, Jason strives to spark curious desire to learn in all those he meets as he refines his life’s purpose: Enhancing and inspiring the lives of others!
Gary Gray answers this question. In 3D Maps is it appropriate to perform the analysis in Mobility and Stability separately and come up with RSC for each or is the RSC only valid when combined into Mostability?
Gary Gray discusses the trend in the rehab world of starting their intervention in developmental positions?
Doug Gray chats continuing education with Shannon Tysland. Shanon has been a Physical Therapist since 1999, and the owner of Experience Momentum since 2005. Experience Momentum is a wellness center providing Physical Therapy, Massage, Nutrition and Fitness services with two locations in the Seattle area. Shanon is a GIFT fellow from the 2010 class and when not working on the business is blessed to live life with his wife Kelly and 3 children.Gary Gray answers this question. Are postural faults related to plane of motion exaggerations or losses?
Through training and education, Gray Institute® equips our students with comprehensive knowledge in the principles of Applied Functional Science® (AFS) so you can be the BEST in your chosen field.
For more than 40 years, we’ve helped more than 150,000 professionals find the missing piece in traditional education for movement professionals.
We want to help you become the go-to movement proffesional.
In this episode, Gary Gray discuss optimal body movement and function for our clients including tips for powerlifting and the pelvis.
Mike Nilson, owner of U-District PT and the Head Strength & Conditioning Coach for Gonzaga University joins Doug Gray to talk about nutrition, leadership, basketball, Applied Functional Science® and GIFT®.
Applied Functional Science
In this recast podcast from 2016 for Gray Institute, Dr. Gary Gray talks with Dr. David Tiberio, Dean of the GIFT program at Gray Institute, about What is Applied Functional Science®?
Podcast Episode 2. September, 2019.
Gary Gray discusses optimal body movement and function for clients
Doug Gray talks about continuing education.
Michael Conlon ,a NYC based Owner, Physical Therapist, Coach and founder of Finish Line Physical Therapy talks to Doug about movement and GIFT.
This is a recast of the very first podcast for Gray Institute, Dr. Gary Gray and Dr. David Tiberio discuss Chain Reaction, one of the critical principles of Applied Functional Science®.
Listen to the 25 minute podcast by two innovative doctors of physical therapy:
Gray Institute® is internationally acclaimed for its innovation, development, mastery, and delivery of Applied Functional Science® (AFS). AFS is based on scientific truth – not theory – of how the human body moves in all three planes. AFS allows movement professionals like you to apply the best, most effective, and most efficient movements to any individual, based on specific needs and goals.
For 40 years through training, education and mentorship, Gray Institute® has equipped over 150,000 professionals with comprehensive knowledge in the principles of Applied Functional Science® (AFS).
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