Movement To Muscle

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Movement To Muscle

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Program Mission: To educate and empower the sports coach to assess proper movement skills in their athletes. To provide the coach a corrective exercise program to improve movement skills. To monitor the effectiveness of the strength and conditioning program and effects of continuous year-round sports play. The outcome of all this is to improve athletic performance and reduce injury.

Program Includes: Over 500 strength exercises presented with illustrations - use as a stand alone or when viewing exercises on the internet to confirm proper exercise techniques. Follow these Muscle Principles-to gain strength and maintain good movement skills.

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Follow the 5 Simple Steps:

  1. Do the 9 Movement Tests - Takes 10 Minutes requiring little equipment!
  2. Record Results On Athlete's Score Card! If they Pass All 9 Tests-Congratulations! Continue Your Strength Program knowing that your athletes are getting stronger, faster with minimum risk of injury.
  3. If they Fail any Test, Go to the step-by-step Movement Program as presented in the M2M E-Book
  4. Re-Test after 2-6 weeks of doing the Movement Program
  5. If they Pass, Go to Muscle Program

Don't Strength Train? Test Your Athletes Movement Skills to insure good movement skills and are avoiding overuse and overtraining.

Moving to the Muscle Program

Over 500 strength exercises presented with illustrations- use as a stand alone or when viewing exercises on the internet to confirm proper exercise techniques.

Follow these Muscle Principles to gain strength and maintain good movement skills:

  1. No Exercise is bad, it is how it's done and applied that makes it bad.
  2. Strength exercises should be done in a safe environment.
  3. Avoid Muscle Compensation by
  • Having muscles move (fire) in the proper sequence to insure proper technique.
  • Not loading too much weight that encourages improper technique.

This program is a collaboration between Performance Conditioning Soccer and Lisa Bartels, PT, DPT, PRC.

Performance Conditioning Soccer’s mission is to improve soccer performance through the conditioning process. This process includes providing soccer-specific educational information for the 14 areas of conditioning including: developing power, strength/stability, speed, agility, endurance, proper nutrition and recovery methods, testing, injury prevention and more.

This mission is primarily achieved through the publication Performance Conditioning Soccer Newsletter with over 650 articles from 261 authors published for over 16 years. Find out more at http://performancecondition.com/soccer. 

Meet the Developer of Movement to Muscle

LISA BARTELS, PT, DPT, PRC

Lisa came to Lincoln, Nebraska in 1995 to accept an athletic scholarship and work towards an undergraduate degree in biology. She was a member of the University of Nebraska volleyball team from 1995-1997. Lisa was personally introduced to the field of physical therapy when she sustained significant injuries during her collegiate career. After finding success with a treatment approach termed Postural Restoration, Lisa decided to attend physical therapy school. She received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2005. Following her training, she went to work at the Hruska Clinic for four years, and then accepted an opportunity to practice at the Rejuvenation Center in Omaha. Lisa joined Crossroads Physical Therapy in 2011.

Lisa has been certified in using Postural Restoration techniques since 2008. Lisa has been a consultant to several university sports medicine departments and authored numerous articles regarding biomechanics and preventative training strategies.