Thanks to my GAIN buddy Steve Myrland for this link:
If you have never heard of Vladimir Janda, well, you probably do and don't know it. He is a Chek neurologist who invented a system of therapy to ameliorate his symptoms of polio. His theories form the basis of NASM. "Upper Crossed Syndrome", "Lower Crossed Syndrome", and "Pronator Distortion Syndrome" are all his terminology. The idea that certain muscles are inhibited & weak & need to be strengthened, and others are hypertonic & tight and need to be stretched.
The Australian method is openly dissed here.
Does anyone know if this DNS stuff has ever been put through the scientific method in the journals?