Fitness for Consumption with Dr. Lori Quinn ep. 6
Whose Movement is it Anyway
The conversation with Dr. Lori Quinn continues, and the group gets right at the heart of the matter. Do we actually need to apply corrective exercise techniques? Who wants to be constantly corrected, after all? Is what we’re seeing error, or normal intra-individual variability? And by the way, what’s wrong with error? Maybe it’s really beneficial for self-actualization. And in this episode, Dr. J and Dr. Quinn get into a friendly disagreement over essential coaching concepts. Listen in to hear the argument and so much more!
In this episode, we discuss
- Demonstrating vs instructing
- Corrective exercise, is it useful in a fitness setting or should it be in the domain of a clinical setting?
- The psycho-social implications of coaching
Constrained Action Hypothesis - A theory proposed by Gabriele Wulf, Ph.D., in which an internal focus of attention constrains movements, while an externally applied focus results in more efficient and effective motion.
Corrective Exercise - A conceptual form of exercise designed to identify and correct incorrect or dysfunctional movement patterns through the application of prescribed exercises.
External cue - A cue that is given that directs a performer’s attention to an external point or object in the surrounding space.
Internal cue - A cue that is given that directs a performer’s attention to an internal anatomical process or sensation.
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