Kettlebell Rehab-Hardstyle Methods in Corrective Exercise

by Mark Cheng, PhD and Doug Nepodal

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Description

Thanks to the efforts of Pavel Tsatsouline and other former Eastern Bloc athletes and trainers, the Russian kettlebell has proven to be a solid fixture on the fitness scene. However, few fully appreciate the rehabilitative potential of this unique device. While some trainers are eager to "pile fitness on dysfunction" or simply hope to train around their client's neuromuscular imbalances, Tsatsouline has partnered with Gray Cook’s Functional Movement Systems™ (FMS) to create a system that addresses the need for rehabilitative and prehabilitative exercise.┬áThis video will integrate FMS concepts with specific kettlebell exercises so you can help your clients regain mobility and functionality.
By Mark Cheng, PhD, Doug Nepodal

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Video Chapters

1. Introduction & Background
2. Asymmetry, Dyfunction & Pain
3. Mobility & Elasticity
4. Kettlebell Fundamentals: Exercise Overview
5. Deadlift & Swing
6. Turkish Get-Up

About the Presenters

Mark Cheng, PhD

Mark Cheng, PhD IDEA Author/Presenter

Mark Cheng is a rarity in the world of fitness. With an extensive background in traditional martial arts, he went on to study traditional Chinese medicine, specializing in Tui-Na (Chinese manual medic...

Doug Nepodal

Doug Nepodal IDEA Author/Presenter

Senior RKC Doug Nepodal first began his personal training career in 1996 in Medina, Ohio, where he was born and raised. Over the next several years, Doug held training certifications from I.S.S.A., A....