714 : IoM 4 Quadrants-Framework for Recovery Inside and Outside the Gym (ACE Mover Academy)

Time Block U - Saturday, 5:00-6:00pm

Session Format : Workshop

by Michol Dalcourt and Derrick Price, MS

7 Ratings

Type: Session

Item: CA18-S714

Description

Building on the Institute of Motion's 4Q Modeling, the 4Q Recovery program builds a framework for programming and engineering recovery sessions and periodization. This session looks at the interplay between work-outs and work-ins and provides a framework in which to program recovery. We will closely look at what can be done in the gym, as well as what can be accomplished as "allied recovery": protocols enacted outside the gym that aid in restoring parasympathetic tone.

About the Author

Michol Dalcourt

Michol Dalcourt IDEA Author/Presenter

Michol Dalcourt is an educator, author, trainer, inventor, and an industry leader in the areas of human movement and performance training. Michol is Director of the Institute of Motion, Adjunct Professor at the University of San Francisco in Sports Science, and co-founder of PTA Global certification. He is the inventor of ViPR, a fitness tool being rolled out in top clubs and with professional athletic teams. Michol’s innovative techniques have been adopted by many of the top international fitness certification bodies

Derrick Price, MS

Derrick Price, MS IDEA Author/Presenter

Derrick Price has been active on many levels in the health and fitness industry for over 14 years. He holds a Master’s of Science degree in Exercise Science and Health Promotion with an emphasis on injury prevention and performance enhancement from the California University of Pennsylvania where he has also spent time as Adjunct Faculty teaching courses in Exercise Program Design. He has served the fitness industry as an educator and consultant for many companies including NASM, PTA Global, ViPR, Mossa and Technogym to name a few. Currently he is the Director of Education at the Institute of Motion and ViPR Pro and Adjunct Faculty at Point Loma Nazarene University teaching the first ever graduate level course on Loaded Movement Training.