Performance U. Fitness Continuing Education | The Joint by Joint Approach: Claims vs. the Evidence

There are so few experts I can reliably look to for expertise beyond what I already bring to the table. Nick Tumminello is on such expert.

This post is perhaps most applicable to fitness professionals, but I want to put Nicks work out there.

There is no doubt that I have often bought into the general ideas behind the joint-by-joint approach to training; but over the years have learned it fails to answer many issues it claims to have jurisdiction over. It also seems to create dysfunctions where perhaps none was indicated. I don’t think this approach should be thrown out, but rather used carefully as one of many evaluation tools at our disposal.

“ Talent hits a target no one else can hit; Genius hits a target no one else can see. ” – Arthur Schopenhauer