The Relationship Between Balance, Motor Control, and PNF
Written by Gray Cook Tuesday, November 4, 2014 FMS Pod Casts
- First and foremost, balance is an act of feedback.
- Think of balance as an input, not an output.
- Input always happens best when mobility is free and alignment is good.
- Movement competency is about having adequate mobility and then learning how to become upright then balance and align with that mobility.
- Corrective strategy often doesn’t look like corrective strategy to the outside observer.
- Balance and motor control is related to PNF.
- Anything that challenges you through movement with your neuromuscular system at an appropriate level is therapeutic or corrective in nature.