Welcome to the NEW Gray Institute Online Educational Platform. Purchase any of the titles listed below and you will have access to that course for a three year period. Click on titles for additional information.
The Core Conversion workout is an efficient and effective way to train the body’s true “core” – the nose to the toes – in all three planes of motion, utilizing a strategic sequencing of lifts, lunges, squats, squat thrusts, and push-ups. This workout is the perfect blend of strength training, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance that trains the body to not only feel better, but to function better.
Jump-Jop-Hop Explosion is a workout designed to functionally enhance the body’s ability to perform “ in this case, the body’s ability to defy gravity. The workout is not only intended to increase one’s vertical, but also to protect one from injury, as well as to improve one’s strength, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, coordination, agility, power, speed, and reaction.
Balance is a much-needed (and often-forgotten) area of focus for injury prevention, rehabilitation, and performance. Balance Escalation is a workout designed to strategically, three-dimensionally, and sequentially improve balance. Balance is a component of fitness that dramatically influences one's strength, flexibility and cardiovascular endurance. This workout properly blends balance with motion to greater expand one's functional threshold to allow one to better perform in any task, activity, or sport. A great feature of this workout is how it uses authentic motion - such as foot "
The Romans threw javelins, the Native Americans threw spears, the Irish throw darts, Josh Beckett throws fast balls, Tom Brady throws frozen ropes, and kids across America throw frisbees, bean bags, yard darts, horse shoes, snow balls, you name it. Throwing is fun! Even watching someone throw is fun. But, to many people, there is a very large misunderstanding regarding analysis and evaluation of throwing. Within this course, Gary Gray will discuss these things, along with many other critical training and rehabilitation strategies of throwing.
Marathons are as popular as ever and running remains America’s favorite form of exercise. In this course, Gary Gray will explore the biomechanics and the Chain Reaction® of running and share his unique observation on how to diagnose problems and prescribe exercises that will keep his patients, athletes, and clients running for a lifetime. Gary will explain and give understanding to the three B’s of running, Big Toe, Butt, and Belly.
You have to learn to crawl before you can run. This little bit of wisdom is both allegorical and literal. Functionally, everyone has to master basic forms of movement before moving onto more complex forms of movement. In this course, Gary Gray and a special operations training specialist examine the development of on-ground function and its influence on more complex forms. This course will help in exploring and understanding the normal milestones of motor development. Gary provides knowledge that makes it evident the functionality of accomplishing things on the ground.