Anatomy Study Tips: An example study set up for learning anatomy

Anatomy Study Tips

This video is for the people who have started to learn anatomy, but are looking for a way to fine-tune their study set up.

This is just an example of how I’ve evolved since beginning to learn anatomy.

For a list of all the tools I use, I’ve made a list in PDF format.

I believe it’s important to add that no amount of colored pens will make you smarter. It takes a lot of hard work and social isolation. Think through your anatomy during your workouts. Practice palpating on a friend. You’ve got to put it into action.

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How to Give Unpleasant Feedback

How to Give Unpleasant Feedback

We often dread giving negative feedback because we want to be liked. In this unorthodox “case study,” Jae discusses how we give our interns negative feedback. Here’s what works for us in shaping our baby interns from terrible coaches into less-terrible coaches over the course of their 16-week stay with us.

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Auditory Influences on Joint Mobility

Unconscious behavior can tell you a lot about what a person is going through.

For someone like IFASTU coach Brandon Brown, the sensory input sent to his auditory cortex drives his motor outputs. His behavior is biased.

Counterintuitive Progressions: Comparing and contrasting unilateral rowing variations

Counterintuitive Progression

Inspired by Jae’s video about starting and ending bar fights last month, I decided to look at the other side of the upper body: the back.

Here I will show you an example of how I teach the movements (thanks to the fresh intern meat), which of them is more difficult, and why all upper body exercises are also lower body exercises.

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