Got the Grey Cook(pause) book today through the post along with one on trigger points. On first read/scan through I like it. The 5 screening movements look simple to do on your own and you don't need much equipment.
I'm going to do them and assess myself when my back completely clears up. (Fail,fail,fail,fail,fail!!) According to the book you should focus exclusively on the progression/corrective exercises of one movement at a time and then re-test them all. I really want to just get started on the overhead squat ones - but apparently you need to address assymmetries first......we'll see hehe.
You can also build your routine around it or throw them in as a warm up or cool down. Reckon I'm going to do them along with just some mobility and 16kg Vo2 Max snatches 3-4 times per week. I still haven't decided if I'm going to begin doing Naked Warrior or not yet - regardless, I still don't think there's much point me banging out heavy deads or presses until I've at least tired to sort out these mobility/flexibility/stability issues. Maybe I can stop the heavy eating too :)
Mouse: That Steve Maxwell DVD got these exercises in it more or less? Someone should tell him that a bakers dozen is 13...but it ain't gonna be me!!!