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Optimizing the delivery of Human Movement Science education

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Course Schedule:

Day 1: Mobility
  • Assessment
  • Analysis of Dysfunction
  • Introduction of Brookbush Institute Templates
  • Static and Dynamic Release
  • Joint Mobilizations
  • Static and Active Stretching
  • Case Study
Day 2: Activation and Integration
  • Isolated and Reactive Activation
  • Core Integration
  • Stability Integration
  • Subsystem Integration
  • Activation Circuits
  • Case Study

Check out these sample Corrective Exercise Videos:

Open Books

Serratus Anterior Activation

Ultimate Glute Bridge

Course Overview:

This course is recommended for any human movement professional looking to improve their skills and knowledge of corrective/therapeutic exercise. We will cover more than 100 self-administered techniques, designed to address the most common movement impairments. This may be the most important workshop you take as a professional; regardless of whether your treat/train in a fitness setting, rehab setting or performance setting. There is no greater obstacle to reaching movement-based goals than overcoming the aches, pains and malalignments that every individual experiences - and the most important techniques in your repertoire are the techniques patients/clients can perform on themselves. This is a very interactive lecture, with plenty of time given to compare techniques, discuss common practices, case studies, answer questions and refine execution.

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the course, the participant will:

  • Use the Overhead Squat Assessment to identify 8 common signs of movement impairment.
  • Analyze "signs", creating lists of potential mal-adaptive changes in muscle, fascia and joint structures.
  • Make exercise recommendations based on analysis of the signs and mal-adaptive changes in myofascial structures.
  • Construct a corrective intervention to improve the quality of human movement, based on a patient/client scenario.

Course Schedule:

Day 1 - Foundations of Program Design
  • Review of applied Exercise Physiology,
    • Neuromuscular Physiology
    • Energy Systems
    • General Adaptation Syndrome
    • Training Volume
    • Acute Variables
  • Exercise Selection
    • Stability Progressions Lab
  • Periodization
  • Resistance Training Template
    • Class Designed Program and Routine
    • Group Workout
Day 2 - Advancements in Program Design
  • Review of Day 1 Concepts
  • Circuit Training
  • Metabolic Circuits
    • Anaerobic Endurance Training
  • Daily Undulation
  • Evidence-based Super-sets
    • Super Sets Lab
  • Power Training Concepts
  • Advanced Progression Strategies
    • Class Designed Program and Routine
    • Group Workout

Check out these sample videos on Resistance Training Exercise:

Lateral Lunge with Front Rack Resistance

Stability Ball Push-ups (Progressions and Regressions

Lateral Hop to Single Leg Box Jump to Balance

The absence of an evidence-based, systematic approach to resistance training can only result in:
  • A chaotic group of routines that do not progress, resulting in plateau and a failure to reach your goals,
  • A stubborn and continuous increase in effort and volume, leading to eventual injury and a failure to reach goals.

Course Overview:

By applying some fairly simple concepts based on physiology and current research, you will be amazed at the level of sophistication you can write into every program. Programs that will open doors to performance beyond expectations. Templates and several sample programs will be provided during the course to help every attendee retain, organize, and build upon what they have learned during the workshop.