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Foundations of Movement

Welcome to Exercise Science Insider #7 with Rob DiDinato, whom is my classmate and colleague in the elite MATRx program and a previous guest from October. (here's our first episode)

There are discussions around targeting vulnerable areas for strengthening in all types of athletes.  I’ve always entertained the idea that enhancing muscular foot strength works incredibly well for most athletes- for many reasons. In this episode you’ll hear our theories on this, I hope you find it as fascinating as we do!

The theme of this episode is ‘mindful motion’.  This is a conversation built off our first one in regards to isometrics and Muscle Activation Techniques™.

Please enjoy and let us know if you have any questions or are interested to learn more about foot muscles and athletic performance.

Links of interest:

Rob on instagram

Jenn on instagram

Belt squat Pitch squat Eccentric wheel that scares us both

Learn all about the brain map and homunculus  brain area that meant to serve as a proportional system of processing touch and changes with pain and stimulus

More brain and muscle science

If you enjoyed this, you might love my free mini course on hamstring strength and tightness, click here