1. Does corrective exercise work? If so, does context make a difference?
2. Does corrective exercise address the cause or the symptom?
3. If all you're looking for is movement dysfunction, is all you find is movement dysfunction?
4. What happens to the psychology of an athlete when they have to follow corrective exercise protocols vs. the regular heavy training that the rest of his or her teammates are doing?
5. Should my kids get the flu shot; or does it just depend on who you talk to?
6. Is what we know about human gait wrong because we have been skewed by footwear?
7. Athletic training staffs across the country receive information from Perform Better with the latest being a email newsletter: "The Death of the Squat". With Coach Mike Boyle's latest "thought process"... being an "expert" with Perform Better... does this mean that we, as strength coaches who still have our athletes squat, now have to deal with possibly added resistance from the sports medicine staff about 'what we do', because a very well-known coach now says they are bad?
I would love to hear anyone's thoughts to any of these questions. Thanks.