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Human movement is complex, fascinating, and affects us all. Our hosts, Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton, have dedicated their lives to understanding movement and have trained thousands of fitness and healthcare professionals worldwide with their holistic philosophy and approach. Listen as they discuss topics, speak with other industry experts, answer questions & give practical advice on how you can optimize the human body to be the best it can be.

Movement Podcast Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.8 • 94 Ratings

Human movement is complex, fascinating, and affects us all. Our hosts, Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton, have dedicated their lives to understanding movement and have trained thousands of fitness and healthcare professionals worldwide with their holistic philosophy and approach. Listen as they discuss topics, speak with other industry experts, answer questions & give practical advice on how you can optimize the human body to be the best it can be.

    Prioritizing Your Rest & Recovery

    Prioritizing Your Rest & Recovery

    Pass out, nod off, shut-eye, catch some z’s, hit the hay, however you say it, sleep is a vital part of our overall health.  It affects our mood, immune system, memory, and even diet.
    Today we discuss sleep and its connection to movement. The guys break down what happens when we get quality sleep, and what happens when we don’t. We cover stimulants, stress recovery, what role pain plays in our sleep patterns, and ideas on how to get a better night’s rest.
    So rise and shine for today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.

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    • 38 min
    How to Prep for a Pandemic

    How to Prep for a Pandemic

    The COVID-19 pandemic has affected almost all aspects of modern society.
    Governments have spent trillions fighting it on a global level,
    families have tested their flexibility trying to navigate it,
    and individuals have been forced to take a hard look at their own personal life choices, but through this adversity, what can we take away from all of this?

    Today, we discuss COVID from a movement perspective.
    The guys chime in on how our culture handled the pandemic,
    give their angle on recent data, discuss long-term effects on our society, and offer up ideas on how we could maximize our chances against COVID-19 and future outbreaks.

    So let’s get going with today’s episode of the Movement Podcast -- powered by FMS.

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    South Korea StudyKaiser Permanente Medical Center Physical inactivity is associated with a higher risk for severe COVID-19 outcomesCOVID-19 and physical inactivity: Teetering on the edge of a deadlier pandemic?Modifiable Risk Factors Predict Injuries in Firefighters During Training AcademiesWall-eIdiocracyFMS Level 1 CourseFMS Level 2 Online Course SFMA Level 1 Online Course FCS Online Course  
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    • 47 min
    Free to Be Pain Free

    Free to Be Pain Free

    For our season premiere, we are excited to have Kelly Starrett. Kelly is a physical therapist, strength & conditioning coach, a bestselling author, and co-founder of The Ready State. He’s a friend of the guys, a thought-provoking medical professional, and a true coach at heart... this show is for everyone. 
    Today, we dive deep into the subject of pain. The guys break down how we perceive it, how our movement and lifestyles affect it and what we do as clinicians, coaches, and individuals to manage and relieve it. We also discuss if injuries can be prevented.
    So get ready for the season 4 premiere of the Movement Podcast- Powered by FMS.

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    Kelly Starrett: The Ready StateIG: The Ready State Desk BoundThe Ready State Podcast w/ Gray CookCan FMS and CrossFit Coexist?Perry NickelstonSapiens – A Brief History of Humankind  by Yuval Noah Harari Assessing Movement w/ Stu McGill, Gray Cook & Craig Liebenson- Video SFMA Level 1 Preview FMS Level 1 Preview😁: Exclusive PODCAST Listener Offer on Courses : Code VIRT50 $50 off Virtual course
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    • 1 hr 45 min
    Season 4 Trailer - Movement Podcast

    Season 4 Trailer - Movement Podcast

    Join us for the season 4 premiere Thursday, September 16. 
    Gray, Lee and Ashley are back for another season of the Movement Podcast. 
    Our premiere will feature our guest and friend, Dr. Kelly Starrett, co-founder of The Ready State.

    • 1 min
    Rehab: Impossible - Part 2

    Rehab: Impossible - Part 2

    For part 2 of our season finale, we continue the inspiring story of Steve Cairns. 
    Steve suffered a stroke and had brain stem surgery in the spring of 2017.
    He elected to rehab himself with astounding results.

    This week, Gray and Lee join in on the conversation. We discuss Steve’s military background, what it means to “live your rehab”, how his approach differs from the classic model, and why it may give hope to similar patients seeking alternatives.
    So let’s get going  with the Season 3 finale of the movement podcast
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    What is a cavernoma?Athletic Body & Balance by Gray CookPrimitive Patterns: Rolling YouTube VideoRolling Pattern Exercises  > Search Rolling The changing face of neuro rehabFMS Level 1 CourseFMS Level 2 Online Course SFMA Level 1 Online Course FCS Online Course  Exclusive offer inside this episode: 30% off your FCS courseUSE Code: FCSPOD30
    Offer Expires: July 24, 2021
    Please note that FMS Level 1 certification is a prerequisite to the FCS certification.
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    • 1 hr 17 min
    Rehab: Impossible - Part 1

    Rehab: Impossible - Part 1

    Our two-part Movement Podcast season finale kicks off this week with the remarkable story of Steve Cairns.
    Steve suffered a stroke and had brain stem surgery in the spring of 2017. Based on his movement background, and now robbed of his ability to walk, he elected to rehab himself.

    This is an inspiring story of the human spirit and how he defied all odds on his journey to recovery. To give the full story, we are presenting the season finale in two parts. This week, our own Ashley Forbis sits down with Steve to get the details of what happened.

    In next week's part two, Gray and Lee continue the conversation and dive deeper into the reality of this impossible rehab, and what it may unlock for future brain injury patients.

    This story is an amazing example of the power of looking at movement our way - so listen in, join the conversation, and share with anyone who needs to hear.
    Now let's get going with today’s incredible episode of the movement podcast
    Powered by FMS.

    SHOW NOTES & LINKS
    What is a cavernoma?Primitive Patterns: Rolling YouTube VideoRolling Pattern Exercises  > Search Rolling The changing face of neuro rehabFMS Level 1 CourseFMS Level 2 Online Course SFMA Level 1 Online Course FCS Online Course  Exclusive offer inside this episode: 30% off your FCS courseUSE Code: FCSPOD30
    Offer Expires: July 24, 2021
    Please note that FMS Level 1 certification is a prerequisite to the FCS certification.
    🤸‍♂️: FREE Common Sense Approach to Evaluating Movement Use Promo Code: CSAPOD
    📩: FREE Mobility Flows: Sign up to receive Movement Flows directly to your inbox
    👉🏻: Subscribe to the Movement Podcast Newsletter: 👈🏻
    📺: Do you want more content like this? _Join Here_
    📸: Movement Podcast Instagram:
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    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
94 Ratings

94 Ratings

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Great podcast!

This is a great podcast. As a chiro I really appreciate the information, concepts and ideas. This is a great podcast for clinicians, trainers, coaches and even athletes. These guys know their stuff and I also appreciate the great guests they have on the show. What a great resource.

Yeti PT ,

Excellent addition to SFMA

Great podcast. I’m frequently sharing episodes with my co-workers and have conversations about topic discussed in episodes.

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This week, Movement Mailbag

Again, a fabulous podcast. We are so blessed to be able to listen to the thoughts and applications of two of the top “Movement Influencers”! I always come away feeling more confident when working with my clients. Thank you for your wealth of information...and the fun banter between these two old friends is fun too!

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