Movement Podcast

The Genesis of Our Movement Journey

May 20, 2020 Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton Season 1 Episode 1
Movement Podcast
The Genesis of Our Movement Journey
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Movement Podcast
The Genesis of Our Movement Journey
May 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 1
Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton

Welcome to the first episode of the Movement Podcast. Our hosts are Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton. Both are pioneers in the movement industry and co-founders of FMS (Functional Movement Systems). From working with high-performance athletes to training thousands of healthcare and fitness professionals worldwide, they bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the show.

On today’s episode, Gray and Lee talk about their professional journey and give us a brief history on how the FMS came to be. We discuss how we define good and bad movement and some of the factors that guide our movement philosophy.

We break down how babies learn to move and how we as adults can apply it to our own lives.

We talk about sports medicine, athletic training, the benefits of a natural approach to movement, injury prevention, and… the Tiger King.

All of this and more on today’s episode of the Movement Podcast, powered by FMS.


Show Notes

Welcome to the first episode of the Movement Podcast. Our hosts are Gray Cook and Dr. Lee Burton. Both are pioneers in the movement industry and co-founders of FMS (Functional Movement Systems). From working with high-performance athletes to training thousands of healthcare and fitness professionals worldwide, they bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the show.

On today’s episode, Gray and Lee talk about their professional journey and give us a brief history on how the FMS came to be. We discuss how we define good and bad movement and some of the factors that guide our movement philosophy.

We break down how babies learn to move and how we as adults can apply it to our own lives.

We talk about sports medicine, athletic training, the benefits of a natural approach to movement, injury prevention, and… the Tiger King.

All of this and more on today’s episode of the Movement Podcast, powered by FMS.