By Lauri Nemetz, Anatomy Trains Faculty and Pace University Adjunct Associate Professor (pictures courtesy of the author) I recently had the pleasure of presenting my workshop oral presentation, “Dancing the Connected Body: Exploration of Bipedalism to Artistic Expression through the Lens of Anatomy Trains®” to the 2018 Movement, Brain, Body and Cognition held this year… Read more
To get the best movement performance, you want complete participation of the whole body in the sport. Anatomy Trains helps you see all the kinetic chains in action – fascia, myofascia, muscle and joint – so you can fine tune for maximum athletic performance with minimum tendency to injury.
Tom was recently interviewed by HFE, one of the UK’s largest fitness training providers. He breaks down the Anatomy Trains for laymen, and offers advice for fitness professionals looking to expand their skills. Here’s an excerpt: HFE: Could you describe to the laymen what Anatomy Trains are and why they are so important to people… Read more
by guest blogger, Anatomy Trains faculty, Lauri Nemetz. I was honored to present some of my most recent work highlighting Anatomy Trains ® as part of the April 2018 Experimental Biology conference held in San Diego under the society of the American Association of Anatomists. By the Experimental Biology website’s own statistics, this event is… Read more
Building the Holistic Evidence Base – Facts and Fallacies by Tom Myers, Holly Clemens Ph.D. There’s a strong movement afoot in the communities of physiotherapy, rehab, and conditioning to make our work ‘evidence-based’ – i.e., the procedures we practice on paying customers should be based on sound evidence to support their efficacy. This is a laudable… Read more