- If the central nervous system does not recognize created normalcy, then this normalcy does not hold value.
- If movement is “clean” and the client/patient is still not moving well (no range of motion deficiency, no indication of tight muscles, etc.), then this demonstrates a stability problem.
- Stabilizers can never be stronger than prime movers, so they should never be trained like prime movers.
- If prime movers attempt to act as stabilizers, you will observe poor alignment, inappropriate pelvic tilt, valgus collapse, pronation, rounded back, etc. (the lack of stabilizers working properly)
- In regards to frequency, practice Reactive Neuromuscular Training (RNT) as much as possible.
- Once the FMS identifies the weakest link, working on any other link will not effectively change the strength of the chain. “Hammer the weakest link.”