Awaken a new dimension of training as you explore the theoretical and practical perspectives of the synergy between fascia, muscle and nerves. Any trainer focusing on functional training, sport conditioning and keeping adults at their best, needs programming predicated on the structure and function of the fascial system. Your body's myofascial network exists in long lines, crossing joints and wrapping around the body, making this tissue ideal for stability and mobility. Learn how your myofascial network helps muscles control and move the body. Fascia is proprioceptively rich and communicates at great speeds, permitting every body to function better with whole-body integrated exercise.
Upon completion of this course, you will:
1. Be able to apply the training methodology that focuses on lengthen—strengthen—energize—rebuild to activateSmart Muscle®.
2. Have the tools to help clients eliminate fear, embrace failure, ward off injury, burn calories and reset youthful confidence using exercises that engage muscle and the mind.
3. Experience unique programming for stability, mobility, whole-body strength, energetic movement and recovery-restoration.
4. Discover a new revenue stream, strengthen member retention and grow referrals with this innovative world-class workout system.
1-hour lunch is on your own.
Continuing education credits are pending.
By Douglas Brooks, MS, Cassidy Phillips, Peter Twist, MSc
Douglas Brooks, MS, Exercise Physiologist, is the Director of Programming for both BOSU® and RealRyder® Indoor Cycling. The ex-Kona Ironman® triathlete is currently the Director of Athlete Conditioning for Sugar Bowl Ski Academy where he works with elite junior and professional athletes. Douglas was inducted into the U.S. National Fitness Hall of Fame and has been honored by Can-Fit-Pro as the International Presenter of the Year. In 2014, Douglas was named IDEA’s Personal Trainer of the Year. Coach Brooks is the author of numerous books and cross trains according to the seasons. ... read more.
Cassidy Phillips is a biomechanical specialist concentrating on sports performance, injury prevention and the muscular structure that supports the efforts of the body in motion. His objective is to recognise the biomechanical challenges of movement and actions of everyday life and marry them with the biomechanical inefficiencies recognised within patterns of movement defined by a sport of choice or through sedentary patterns of movement such as sitting, walking and running. ... read more.
Peter Twist, MSc, is the president and CEO of Twist Conditioning, Inc. He is an exercise physiologist with a specialization in coaching science. Having coached in the NHL for 11 years, Peter has worked with over 700 professional athletes. Peter received the National Strength and Conditioning Association's 1998 President's Award and the Can-Fit-Pro 2003 Specialty Presenter of the Year award. Certifications: NSCA ... read more.