722 : Solving the Mobility—Stability—Strength Puzzle

Time Block H - Saturday, 11:10am-12:40pm

Session Format : Workshop

by Casey Stutzman

16 Ratings

Type: Session

Item: WA17-S722


There are two types of tissue in the human myofascial system, skeletal muscle and elastic connective tissue. People who perform repetitive movements over a long period of time run the risk of injuring these tissues. By applying a concept known as movement variability, trainers can help their clients to increase the strength of both tissues while reducing the risk of repetitive injury. In this session, we'll explore the research and introduce tools and program design options that can be successfully integrated into any client's program.

About the Author

Casey Stutzman

Casey Stutzman IDEA Author/Presenter

Casey Stutzman is an ACE, AFAA & FMS certified trainer and has been actively involved in the fitness industry since 2004. He is the owner of the Performance Locker, a personal performance training studio in Alpena Michigan. Casey’s love of athletics and competition drove him in to the fitness industry. He uses his experience as a division 1 college football player, amateur bodybuilding competitor, strongman competitor & endurance athlete to help others reach their goals in all areas of fitness. Casey spends his time training clients and athletes to meet the challenges of life and sport. He has worked with and developed strength and conditioning programs & performance training for a number of local athletic organizations and teams. As an Ignite Performance Master trainer and Master Instructor for TRX Casey travels North America to educate and connect with fitness professionals to help them offer more to their clients and athletes. In 2012 he teamed up with Hedstrom Fitness to develop training methods and programming for the Surge & currently represents Surge and BOSU as a Master Trainer. Casey is an International presenter in the Fitness industry teaching a number of professional courses each month and has spoke at both IDEA World and Can Fit Pro. Time outside of fitness is occupied with reading, travel, indoor rock climbing, snow sports and being an active outdoorsman. He enjoys spending free time with his wife Mary Beth, his daughter Vesper, son Indiana and Turkish the family dog. You can connect with Casey at www.CaseyStutzman.com