Recent studies are showing that our connective tissue network—or “fascia system”—is a single integrated, full-body sensory-organ that is far more responsible for storing, releasing, and transferring elastic energy than was previously understood. Data is also showing that the traditional industry focus on training for speed via more strength is often slowing athletes down, inhibiting proprioception, and increasing their risk for injury.
In Fascia Training: A Whole-System Approach, Bill Parisi, founder of the Parisi Speed School, explores the new evidence-based science of fascia training as explained by top experts in the field, including Stu McGill Ph.D., Dan Pfaff, Tom Myers, Ken Clark Ph.D., Phil Wagner MD, and Todd Wright. Embarking on a cross-country road trip, Bill Parisi and Johnathon Allen discuss the latest findings along with new training and diagnostic tools for increasing speed, power, and injury resilience using a three-dimensional, whole-system approach.
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