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Interview with the Expert – Gray Cook

Quick Hit Summary

In this installment of “Interview with the Expert” we have a Q&A that noted Physical Therapist, Gray Cook, did with us on Strength Guild. Topics covered in this audio interview included core training, muscle imbalances/compensation patterns, the vital role of training your visual system and the “upper crossed” syndrome commonly seen in many individuals.

About Gray Cook

Gray Cook is one of the most noted physical therapist in Sports Medicine today; Authoring multiple books as well as presenting his ideas at many conferences world wide.

In this audio interview, we have the privilege of hearing Gray Cook’s thoughts on many topics ranging from core training to the role of visual training for optimal performance.

Audio Interview

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This interview was originally hosted on The Strength Guild, one of the sites I contribute to a regular basis. Other interviews on the site include Dan John (weekly), Mark Rippetoe and many more!

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Written on April 28, 2011 by Sean Casey
Last Updated: May 02, 2011

This information is not intended to take the place of medical advice.Please check with your health care providers prior to starting any new dietary or exercise program. CasePerformance is not responsible for the outcome of any decision made based off the information presented in this article.

About the Author: Sean Casey is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison with degrees in both Nutritional Science-Dietetics and Kinesiology-Exercise Physiology. Sean graduated academically as one of the top students in both the Nutritional Science and Kinesiology departments.
Field Experience: During college, Sean was active with the UW-Badgers Strength and Conditioning Department. He has also spent time as an intern physical preparation coach at the International Performance Institute in Bradenton, FL. He also spent time as an intern and later worked at Athletes Performance in Tempe, AZ. While at these locations he had the opportunity to train football, soccer, baseball, golf and tennis athletes. Sean is also active in the field of sports nutrition where he has consulted with a wide variety of organizations including both elite (NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars) and amateur athletic teams. His nutrition consultation services are avalable by clicking on the Nutrition Consultation tab.