Course Curriculum


  The Brignole Method - Webinar Series
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  BRIG-20 (The 20 Best Movements for Optimal Muscle Loading by Doug Brignole)
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In this webinar, we explain the physics that are involved in resistance exercise, as well as the “rules” of ideal anatomical movement for each target muscle, and the neurological conflicts-of-interest associated with certain simultaneous joint activations.


Knowing these factors allows us to accurately assess each resistance exercise for efficiency (percentage of actual muscle loading, in relation to the amount of weight being used), productivity (quality of muscle stimulation based on whether or not the exercise provides an ideal resistance curve, complete range of motion, adequate alignment, etc.), as well as risk of injury (whether a joint is being twisted, weaker supporting muscles are being over-loaded, “mechanical disadvantage” is occurring simultaneous to maximum “moment arm” loading, etc.

In short, this information allows us to identify and recommend exercises that are optimally effective for muscle development and strength building, while minimizing wasted effort and potential risk of injury.