It is imperative to recognize that not all movement is equal. Apart from the obvious benefits of frequency, intensity, duration (time), and type, it is the quality of movement that merits serious consideration given the number of people who suffer from chronic or overuse injuries. It is estimated that approximately 100 million Americans suffer from some form of chronic injury and pain, a figure that exceeds the combined number of individuals diagnosed with diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined. These chronic injuries are often attributed to habitually bad or awkward postures, poor movement mechanics or training methods, structural abnormalities, or specific muscular weaknesses or imbalances, and incur costs estimated to range between $560-and-$635 billion annually. So, while the reasons for participating in movement, activity, or exercise are varied, a consistent theme is the need to move efficiently to avoid injury and dysfunction—Latella Neuromuscular Training Systems…the precursor to all and any movement and performance.