Functional Range Conditioning Review: Controlled Articular Rotations

By Skyler Zarndt MS, ATC, CSCS Our last few posts have been a quick overview of Functional Range Conditioning’s ideas on stretching and it’s basic goals.  Today, we are going to dive a little deeper into FRC and some ideas that are unique to the program. The definition of Controlled Articular Rotations (CAR’s) is: Active,… Continue reading Functional Range Conditioning Review: Controlled Articular Rotations

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Functional Range Conditioning Review: Stretching

By Skyler Zarndt MS, ATC, CSCS Yesterday we looked at Functional Range Conditioning and the idea of Progressive Adaptation.  In the FRC course, Dr. Spina discussed how the body undergoes certain adaptations and how we can better understand these adaptations.  Then we can apply these principles into our training and therefore increase the “usable” range… Continue reading Functional Range Conditioning Review: Stretching

Functional Range Conditioning Review: Progressive Adaptation

Two weekends ago, I had to opportunity to attend the Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) course that was hosted by the Diamondbacks here in Scottsdale at our spring training facility.  The course, which is part of the Functional Anatomy Seminars, was hosted by the creator and lead instructor of the Seminars, Dr. Andreo Spina. The goal… Continue reading Functional Range Conditioning Review: Progressive Adaptation