BIOMECHANICS & PERFORMANCE GROUP Helping coaches & pracitioners find confidence in rehab & performance enhancement

Slide WHO IS IT FOR? Strength & Conditioning Coaches, Personal Trainers, & Rehab Practitioners who want to network & grow together with other professionals in the field.

Are interested in the following areas:
- Improving Movement Capabilities
- Increasing Weightroom Performance
- Increasing Energy Systems (aerobic/anaerobic) Performance
- Maximizing Speed Development
- Business Principles

My goal is give you the tools to separate yourself from other coaches and trainers. My approach will revolutionize the way you look at, manage, and program for your clients & athletes.

Slide What's Included Weekly discussion/networking opportunities in groups to work through weekly material. Group Slack Chat supervisor_account Small Group Discussion Get answers to your questions, discuss the material, and network with other coaches. Example Exercises & Programs I don’t expect you to just take the principles and immediately know what to do. That takes hours and years of reps with clients. I give you step-by-step processes with tons of example exercises and programs to help you build your own model. Review the weekly study guide questions to guide your learning and any related material Weekly Review Session phonelink Weekly Recorded Presentation Presentations that build on each other sequentially for ease of learning. The call is recorded in case you have to miss one.

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Training Manager, CPT at The Fit Lab, NYC

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Powerlifting Coach

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Athletic Trainer, CSCS

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Physical Therapist, CSCS

  • Learn why our natural asymmetrical body biases us into certrain positions, postures, and musculature orientations
  • Specific exercises for different movement & posture patterns
  • Assessment protocol to objectively determine client needs

Week 1: Biotensegrity & Biomechanical Respiration Strategies

Week 2: The Asymmetrical Body Part I – The Pelvis

Week 3: The Asymmetrical Body Part II – The Ribcage

Week 4: Assessments

  • Apply concepts of patterned postures to minimize potential movement limitations
  • Modify how traditional exercises are executed to match the needs of the client
  • Design a progressive program to help best bridge the gap between rehab and performance
  • Optimize recovery strategies
  • Strategies for improving gait, running, and sprinting performance
  • Learn how to incoroporate biomechanical strategies into plyometrics as well as linear & multidirectional speed training

Week 5: Pain & Compensation Patterns

Week 6: Corrective Exercise Progressions

Week 7: Exercise Selection Part I – Upper & Lower Body

Week 8: Exercise Selection Part II – Core, Plyometric, & Speed Training

  • Learn how biomechanics & genetic predispositions can affect the choices made in Energy System Development
  • Effectively and confidently program for each type of biomechanical presentation in aerobic & anaerboic training
  • Take all of the material learned and work through specific case study examples before doing it on your own
  • Fully implement programming concepts together. Design a program with your small group in a cohesive manner and practically apply the concepts you’ve learned to your own clientele
  • Marketing, brand-building, and selling processes for online & in-person businesses

Week 9: Energy System Development (Aerobic & Anaerobic Training)

Week 10: Putting it all Together

Week 11: Group Case Studies

Week 12:  Business & Marketing

Per Month
Weekly group presentation
Example exercises and programs
Weekly additional reading + study guide
Small group discussion
One-on-one support from me