Advances in Functional Training


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Michael Boyle's Strengthcoach.com Blog

Just wanted to let you guys know my new book is out. It’s called Advances in Functional Training and it covers the last four years of my writings.

In the seven years since the publication of my first book, Functional Training for Sports, a new understanding of functional anatomy created yet another shift in strength coaching. With this new material we can continue to look at the evolution of functional training.

There are ten basic sections to present everything a strength coach or personal trainer needs to understand modern training theory, beginning with the joint-by-joint approach to training, and progressing through the use of  the Functional Movement Screen.

The next sections discuss injury avoidance, treatment, rehab and training after injury. We update the reader on our current thinking in core training, back pain, how the hip musculature works, and how it fails. We also cover cardiovascular training, and see what…

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