TRAINING PERFORMANCE

If you can see what’s going on with your clients’ patterns, you can help them train faster with fewer injuries. Anatomy Trains will teach you about how fascia responds to training, and how every movement is linked from top to toe.

How Do I Start?

Kickoff your education with Anatomy Trains by reading Anatomy Trains Fourth Edition by Tom Myers. You’ll learn how the muscles are functionally linked in ‘myofascial meridians’ through the fascial webbing.

We also have a great collection of On Demand Learning courses geared towards movement professionals on our website here.

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Read the latest news from Tom Myers and Anatomy Trains

Tom Myers Reviews New Research on Link between Female Urinary Incontinence and Myofascial Dysfunction in Pelvic Floor Muscles

Editor’s Note: Tom Myers is reviewing this abstract: Is there a Difference in Whole Body Standing Posture in Women with Urinary Incontinence Based on the Presence of Myofascial Dysfunction in the Pelvic Floor Muscles? published in Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Journal, 06 July 2021. This research points toward a resurgence of biomechanics in the sense… Read more

Anatomy Trains Announces 2021 Maine Summer Courses

For immediate release May 24th, 2021 Walpole, Maine Anatomy Trains, recognized leader in Structural Integration certification, whose short courses, books, on demand videos, and live online courses present ‘holistic anatomy’ for manual therapists and movement professionals, today announced its in-person courses this summer in Walpole, Maine. This summer Anatomy Trains will be offering courses for… Read more