Whiteboard Talks: Protect, Correct, Develop
One of the fundamental principles driving Functional Movement Systems, is to protect before you correct, and correct before you develop. But what does this actually mean?
As professionals, we need to protect our clients from behaviors where their feedback is inappropriate, correct what we can to get them back to an appropriate level of perception, and then develop those patterns by engineering an environment to provide a training effect.
In this Whiteboard Talk, FMS Co-Founder Gray Cook discusses the application of "protect, correct, and develop," showing the ripple effect from the organism to the environment.