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Introducing Movement TO MUSCLE

Movement Training – Before Muscle Training

Avoid Injury Created by Poor Movement Skills

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 that they 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.

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Ken Kontor is founder and president of Performance Conditioning Inc. His company is the world’s largest single source of sports-specific conditioning information. Among the educational resources provided are Performance Conditioning Volleyball, Cycling and Soccer newsletters now in their 14th year of publishing and 15 sports-specific conditioning books and training card systems. He is a founding member of the USA Volleyball Sports Medicine and Performance Commission and was instrumental in the establishment of the Volleyball Conditioning Accreditation Program (V.C.A.P.) curriculum offered through the USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation program. Among his contributions to this program was writing the curriculum. He has established the Off-bike Conditioning curriculum promoted by USA Cycling. In the past he has worked with USA Roller Sports and USA Triathlon producing conditioning specific newsletters. Prior to the establishment of Performance Conditioning Inc., Mr. Kontor was a founding father, executive director and publications editor of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) for 14 years an organization of over 16,000 sport conditioning professionals. He was an original member of the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist committee that established the internationally recognized C.S.C.S. credential. He has traveled extensively throughout the world including the former Soviet Union, East Germany and the Leipzig Institute of Sport, Hungary and Bulgaria with the purpose of introducing their strength and conditioning methods to the NSCA membership. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association Inc. and the National Strength and Conditioning Association of Japan. He has lectured extensively on the conditioning of athletes throughout the world.