Training and rehab is more than assembling building blocks. In essence that is the traditional linear mechanistic approach to training. The contemporary functional path approach emphasizes context and builds on relationships between elements of training. Sport Science researcher Roger Enoka put it best, when he said “The function of a muscle depends on the context in which it is activated.&r
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