FMS Screening

FullSizeRenderHas a coach, therapist, or trainer ever “screened” you for injury risk and dysfunctional movement patterns?

The primary goal you should have with your exercise program is injury prevention. If you are injured, you can’t train. There is a saying that goes “you are only as strong as your weakest link.”

The FUNCTIONAL MOVEMENT SCREEN (FMS)  aims to identify the weak link. Once a dysfunction is revealed an appropriate exercise strategy can  be implemented to  correct it.

The FMS looks at fundamental movement patterns which are the foundation for optimal  fitness. The purpose of conducting an FMS Screen is to seek out poor movement patterns so your body can be retrained to move in the most stable, efficient way possible.

Because no one moves perfectly, ANYONE can benefit from being screened.

To make an appointment for your Functional Movement Screen , please contact Ray McCarthy, Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach, FMS Certified at (508) 614-8035.

Learn more at the Functional Movement website.

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GET OFF THE GROUND

ATHLETES - Do you get bumped or knocked off the puck or ball too easily?

Functional, anti-rotation core training may be what you’re missing!

Doing side planks and front planks are great BUT...

Unless you are laying down during your sport or game, GET UP ON YOUR FEET when you’re training your core!

Here at MBT, athletes get personalized programs specific to THEIR sport, position, and weaknesses.

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