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3 Reasons 3DMAPS® Should Be Your Go-To Movement Screen

3DMAPS | Apr 10, 2020

Physical therapists need a movement analysis tool that considers mobility, stability, and all three planes of motion.

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What Personal Trainers Need to Know About Chain Reaction®

Chain Reaction | Apr 3, 2020

An understanding of the chain reactions in the human body leads to more efficient treatment and healing. Here’s what every personal trainer should know.

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How Movement Professionals Can Train Clients and Patients Remotely

Expert Advice | Mar 23, 2020

Don’t let COVID-19 keep you from providing essential training to your clients and patients. With the Remote Trainer app, you can keep your business alive.

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Physical Therapy CEUs: Why Choosing Challenging Courses Matters

Physical Therapy | Mar 10, 2020

You may be tempted to choose easy continuing education units just to fulfill the requirements. In this blog, Gray Institute makes the case for pushing a little harder.

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What Do the Best Personal Training Courses Have in Common?

Certification | Mar 1, 2020

It can be hard to know which programs are worth your time. However, the best classes have a few essential factors in common.

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Performance Studio Owner Finds a Partner in Gray Institute® – Jay M.’s Story

Testimonials | Feb 27, 2020

From student to partner, performance studio owner Jay found an organization that matched his passion for continuing education and science in Gray Institute.

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How to Understand and Address the Hidden Causes of Plantar Fasciitis

Running | Feb 25, 2020

Conventional treatment of plantar fasciitis doesn’t address the root of the problem. Applied Functional Science helps you get to the heart of what’s wrong.

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Stacey’s Story: A Fitness Coach Becomes an Industry Leader With Help From Gray Institute

Testimonials | Feb 19, 2020

As a fitness coach, Stacey needed to help people at every level of physical ability excel. The Gray Institute GIFT Fellowship helped her do just that.

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Fundamental Movement Skills for Personal Trainers

Applied Functional Science | Feb 17, 2020

If you’re training global movement skills in isolation, your efforts may fall flat. Learn how Applied Functional Science can deliver better results.

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Jay J.’s Story: Coach Uses Applied Functional Science® to Help His Students

Testimonials | Feb 11, 2020

Learn how Gray Institute’s teachings became an integral part of Jay’s performance coaching success.

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Why R.I.C.E. Alone Won’t Fully Rehab a Lateral Ankle Sprain

Sports Injuries | Feb 11, 2020

Conventional wisdom suggests athletes with acute lateral ankle sprains use crutches after sustaining an injury. At Gray Institute, we know there’s a better way to heal.

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3 Things Every Physical Therapist Should Know About a Lunge Matrix

Physical Therapy | Feb 11, 2020

A lunge matrix is one of the most effective ways to warm up for a run. Here’s what every physical therapist should know about the exercise.

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Ryan’s Story: Physical Therapist Finds Meaning With Gray Institute®

Testimonials | Jan 27, 2020

Physical therapy school left Ryan with more questions than answers. When he discovered Applied Functional Science at Gray Institute, everything changed.

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How Applied Functional Science® Can Change Your PT Practice

Physical Therapy | Jan 14, 2020

Do you struggle to push through plateaus, or understand the exercises you’re assigning? Applied Functional Science can help unlock the answers to these challenges.

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How Personal Trainers Can Help Prevent Golf Injuries More Effectively

Expert Advice | Jan 8, 2020

Are you looking for ways to boost your golf practice? Gray Institute’s newest course can help you improve golfers’ performance and health.

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Evidence that Matters for Function: Orthoses Affect the Foot – Hip Chain Reaction®! - Vlog

Applied Functional Science | Nov 14, 2019

Evidence that Matters for Function: Orthoses Affect the Foot – Hip Chain Reaction®! - Vlog

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