Whether you train clients with poor balance, those recovering from an injury or those who simply want to improve their performance, all clients need to have good balance. While methods can be argued, one fact remains paramount“if you want to improve balance in your client, you must improve their foot mechanics. This DVD will focus on the key concepts of balance and outline a corrective strategy to improve it.
By Evan Osar, DC
Evan Osar, DC, is the head of O.S.A.R. Consulting, which specializes in treating individuals with chronic pain and dysfunction. An international speaker, Dr. Osar presents for the American Council on Exercise, ECA fitness education seminars, the National Strength and Conditioning Association and Perform Better. He has produced over a dozen products for the fitness professional and specializes in bringing advanced rehabilitation and training strategies to fitness and allied health professionals working with the general population Certifications: ACE, NASM and NSCA Education provider for: ACE, NASM and NSCA ... read more.