403: Anatomy in Motion
Anatomy is often looked at as a constant, “This muscle attaches to these bones. It moves that joint.” For a body at rest, this may be a true, but for a body in motion, the conventional way to look at anatomy doesn’t tell the entire story. Outside influences affect the way our muscles respond and react. This session looks at anatomy from a principles-based perspective rather than an origins-and-insertions perspective. Myofascial connections and anatomical sling systems will be discussed as well as exercise options that complement these principles, leading to a truly functional experience.