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Differentiate yourself from other coaches and practitioners

and get better results with your clients.

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  • Personal trainers

  • Strength and conditioning coaches

  • Rehab practitioners

    • Physiotherapists

    • Chiropractors

    • Massage therapists 

If you are interested in the following areas:

  • Improving Assessment of various regions of the body (hip, knee, shoulder, etc.)

  • Improving Assessment of global movement patterns (squat, overhead shoulder press, deadlift, etc. )

  • Improving your efficiency in coaching:

    • Stretching techniques 

    • Mobility/joint training

    • Educating your patients on importance of active recovery

  • Root cause versus symptom based client management

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  • To give you a 3 step framework  that is usable across many issues that arise in the human body.  Our approach will separate you from many coaches that chase symptoms of mobility limitations VERSUS chasing the root cause. 

  • RESET: Self Myofascial Releases to Specific Areas

  • REORGANIZE: Rib cage, pelvis, and foot specific dynamic posturing

  • RELOAD: Integrate movement pattern of choice for the workshop

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  • Simple, easy assessments to identify root causes of joint and muscle restrictions that affect their ability to work out efficiently

  • You’ll have a library of a few exercises that address the body holistically versus chasing every single joint in the human body

  • You can select certain exercises that complement certain lifts that clients struggle with at the gym

  • Improved management of clients that struggle with chronic mobility issues

Example of Specific Topics of interest:

  • Movement Pattern Focused

  • Squat

  • Deadlift

  • Shoulder Press

  • Pull up

  • Body specific region mobility workshops

  • Hips

  • Shoulder

  • Spine

  • Ankle/knee

  • Symptom Based 

  • Front hip tightness

  • Top of shoulder tightness

  • Lower back stiffness after deadlifts

  • Neck stiffness at your desk

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