About Scott Frost
I work within a sub-specialty of the kinesiology field dedicated to treating the muscle system. My specialty is solving complex muscle problems that restrict movement and limit performance.
Growing up I was a top regional junior tennis player until a rotator cuff surgery took me down at 14 years old. Later on, I became a professional ballet dancer in my 20’s as an alternative to my professional tennis aspirations.
However, I was frustrated by the alarming number of injuries I was experiencing in spite of my dedication to rehab and training. I had long had a passion for mechanics & biology, and this mounting injury toll pushed me into the field of biomechanics.
My purpose became to help young athletes and adults overcome the problems no one could solve for me. This dedication led to the development of a radically different approach to working with the muscle system, which I called Muscle System Anchoring©.
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Muscle System Specialists
- Practitioner Credentials -
Muscle System Specialist
University of Texas at Austin
Master of Science, Kinesiology
Concentration: Biomechanics & Motor Control
Kinesiology is the scientific study of human movement. My concentration was in the field of biomechanics and motor control. Biomechanics is the hybrid mix of physics, mechanical engineering, anatomy and physiology. The aim is to understand the architecture of the human anatomy as it relates to stresses and strains, stability and movement freedom. Motor control is the term used to describe how muscle fibers are accessed and called to contract by the nervous system.
University of Pennsylvania
Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience
Neuroscience is a branch of biology that adds a deep dive study into all things nervous system. Because everything begins and ends with the communication systems of the body, getting muscles to respond or to chill out is only possible with a firm grasp of the electrical systems of the body.
Post-Grad Studies, Human Anatomy & Physiology
There is no greater window into understanding and knowing the human body than seeing with your own eyes the inside of an actual body and feeling real muscle. The year spent in a human anatomy lab working on real cadavers was one of the most enlightening and exciting studies of my life. It was exciting and transformative in my ability to help repair the broken bodies of those who sought my help. I added another year doing more work in physiology after that year of anatomy to spend more time becoming intimate with the “body” of information.
Muscle System Certifications
Muscle System Specialist, TM
Muscle Activation Techniques, TM
Trigger Point Therapy, TM
Corrective Exercise Specialist, National Academy of Sports Medicine
Performance Enhancement Specialist, National Academy of Sports Medicine
Weight Training Certifications
Certified Strength & Cond. Specialist, National Strength & Cond. Assoc.
Certified Personal Trainer, American College of Sports Medicine
Certified Trainer, Physical Preparation Specialists
Certified Speed Coach, Parisi Speed School, TM
Certified Level 3 Coach, Training for Warriors, TM
Certified Level 1 Coach, USA Track & Field
Certified Level 1 Coach, USA Weightlifting
Continued Education Trainings
Muscle System Consortia
Functional Movement Screen
Postural Restoration Institute
Egoscue Method, Training
Thomas Myers Seminar
Russian Kettlebell Challenge, Training
International Kettlebell & Fitness Federation, Training
Travis Mash Learn to Lift, Powerlifting
Travis Mash Learn to Lift, Olympic Weightlifting
Ryan Moody, Jump Training
USA Track & Field, Speed Summit
Vern Gambetta, Speed Training
Joe Defranco, Football Training
Steve Maxwell, Training
Jim Smith, Training
Robert Dos Remedios, Seminar
Perform Better, Training
Red Cord, Training
American Red Cross, First Aid & CPR/AED