There is no right or wrong way to move.

Simon Lamb

Human movement is a unique display of our evolution. It is characteristic of and variable to the athlete, the movement they are performing and the particular environment they are performing in.

There is endless literature from people that insist that they know the best or most economical bio-mechanics to improve performance and reduce the risk of injury.

This is what we believe: There is no right or wrong way to move.

An athlete is often prone to injury or a drop in performance when they lack the tolerance or strength to deal with the stress they are under when performing the movement, rather than the athlete moving incorrectly.

So instead of worrying “Am I doing this right?” Concentrate on building a strong, mobile and stable body capable of supporting the movement you are asking it to perform.

Coming next in this series are the simple exercises you can introduce to help achieve this goal.