Rock has a fascinating conversation with Lee Burton, the co-founder of the Functional Movement Screen. TIME STAMPS 2:40 The early years of the NSCA and Appalachian State University 4:40 The creation of the Functional Movement Screen 7:40 Reebok University and the FMS 12:55 Perform Better’s Meeting of the Minds 17:55 What to look for with mobility and stability 22:10 The overload of corrective exercises 26:40 The FMS and professional sports 29:10 True strength training; not powerlifting 31:40 How the fitness industry is failing 35:40 De-conditioned people in weight rooms 39:40 the future of functional movement GET TO KNOW LEE BURTON FMS WEBSITE GET TO KNOW ROCKY SNYDER ROCK'S NEW BOOK INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK LINKEDIN
BIO: President and Co-owner of Functional Movement Systems a consulting and education organization, focusing on a systematic approach to injury prevention and exercise programming Doctorate Degree from Virginia Tech with an emphasis in Health Promotion and Wellness. Internationally recognized speaker and author focusing on human movement and performance enhancement. Certified Athletic Trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. TIMELINE:0:00 – 7:50 - Robbie intro’s the show and asks Lee to introduce himself 5:51 – 13:33 - Robbie asks Lee who have been his biggest influences on him both personally and professionally? 13:34 – 15:54 - Robbie asks Lee why he became a physical therapist? 15:55 – 19:43 - Robbie asks Lee what is his why?19:44 – 28:29 - Robbie asks Lee what are some of the biggest false assumptions about the FMS? 28:30 – 36:48 - Robbie asks Lee how would he re-engineer the social environment to improve people’s movement quality?36:49 – 38:25 - Robbie asks Lee what areas should someone look to study to enhance mastery of human movement38:26 – 42:45 - Robbie asks Lee how much credence does he and the guys at FMS give to psychology’s impact on human movement? 42:46 – 46:02 - Robbie and Lee discuss how the American sports model may impede people making physical activity and fitness part and parcel of their lives 46:03 – 46:54 - Robbie asks Lee for the biggest lessons he has learned in his life so far?46:55 – 49:55 - Robert asks Lee about the strategies he uses to mitigate the effects of all the traveling his does? 49:56 – 51:50 - Robbie asks Lee does he still enjoy traveling?51:51 – 54:03 - Robbie asks Lee how do the guys at FMS avoid group think?54:04 - 56:03 - Robbie asks Lee what is an essentially habit he does every day? 56:04 - 57:46 - Robbie asks Lee for his top resource? 57:47 – 1:00:45 - Robbie asks Lee for his top and current book recommendations 1:00:46 – 1:02:39 - Robbie asks Lee, if he only had 1 year left on planet earth, how would he spend that year and why?1:02:40 – 1:04:43 - Robbie asks Lee, what has all his travel around the world taught him about himself? 1:04:44 – 1:06:10 - Robbie asks Lee what a typical day in his life is like? 1:06:11 – 1:07:23 - Robbie asks Lee, if he could invite 5 people to dinner, dead or alive, who would he invite and why?1:07:24 – 1:09:04 - Robbie wraps up the show!
Recorded and streamed live at Secret Garden x RTS.FM Budapest 25.08.2018.Venue: https://www.facebook.com/360barbudapest/Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/267209483892039/Facebook live video: https://www.facebook.com/rtsfm/videos/296794467779279YouTube: https://youtu.be/vdiJ20zoRHULee Burton (Raum...musik, Taverna, Elephant Moon - GR)https://www.facebook.com/leeburtonmusic https://soundcloud.com/leeburtonMultitalented and versatile artist, Lefteris Kalabakas aka Lee Burton, is one musician to keep an eye on. Based in Athens, Lee is focused on his artistic career as a music producer, Dj and song writer, as well as his other professional facets, being the co-founder of Audiorama record label/club night and an instructor at SAE Technology Group. He is also a resident Dj at Greece’s renowned club Six D.o.g.s.Lee Burton’s musical roots reach back to his teenage years, when he was studying music while performing as a guitarist/bassist for several progressive rock and jazz-rock fusion groups. It was those years of composing and digging records that led him into electronic music, producing his first tracks and Djing at local parties.After many years of constantly evolving his sound, Lee Burton was shaped, becoming widely known for his authentic style with deep-moody and analog melodies. Since 2012, Lee released his sophomore debut album “Busy Days for Fools” at Klik records, gaining a strong feedback and attention from the electronic music scene. Lee’s progress and unique analog sound led to various releases, remixes and appearances at labels such as BodyParts and Elephant Moon in 2016, as well as the legendary raum…music., Taverna Tracks and DisDat in 2017. 2018 looks really promising for the Greek artist, with future releases at raum…musik. and Finest Hour.Lee Burton has being spinning around the world, with performances at some of the most famous parties, festivals and venues such as: ReSolute, TBA , Monarch (USA), Salon Daome (CA), Watergate, U-60311 (GER) Nouveau Casino, Wanderlast , Festival Yeah!, Workshop Infine (FR), Bruxsel Jardin, Decadance! (BE), Folkrol (SWI), SASS Club (AUS) Secret Room (HUN) Solyanka , Dom Beat (RU), Micro , The Egg (UK), NoName (EGY) Entechno Festival, Cavo Paradiso, Six D.O.G.S (GR).
199.5- Lee Burton- The Fundamental Capacity & Motor Control Screens, a Modified FMS and new things for 2017
The Strength Coach Podcast
Highlights of Special Episode 199.5 "The Functional Movement Systems Segment"- Lee Burton from Functional Movement Systems is on to discuss: The Fundamental Capacity Screen The Motor Control Screen Where everything fits in The Modified Functional Movement Screen Important Updates on the website, membership and Certification "Subscribe at iTunes" and Get Automatic Updates If you want to save this podcast to your computer, Right Mouse Click to Download Now (for Mac users, press Control and click)
S1 Ep3 - Diversity & Social Education at Primary level - Lee Burton
Short Films Teachers Love
Guest: Lee Burton, founding member of Australian Teachers of Media, writer, lecturer, teacher, educational consultant, media veteran. She invites feedback and contact via email: email@example.comWatch this show on YouTube: http://youtu.be/vgb59BYQSwU or subscribe on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/short-films-teachers-love/id1086360297Links to short films loved:* Eric Cornish: The Crayon Box that Talked | http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXMuRI7p2k8* Zaid Bawab: The Sandwich Swap | http://youtu.be/MvEr6FsVoBI?list=PLE9YorWc5G72UNEFqEGGe7ePMGKE0KUXN* Sarah Catherine Firth: Face to Face (Children’s Stories) | http://vimeo.com/29456937 | NOTES by LeeBurton: http://www.facebook.com/groups/shortfilmsteacherslove/1731525467092296/Disclosure statement:Lee Burton does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this review, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond her teaching position listed.Other notes from the show:There are references in this discussion to many organizations and institutions (RMIT, Monash Uni) based in Melbourne, Australia.Other versions of The Crayon Box That Talked:This one read by students (encouraging others to read aloud) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJqZA7kkyB4or here with picture book and read aloud by kindergarten children:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fiuhdNyvYY0