Specialist in Functional Performance 2.0 – Global
This course is going to teach you everything about being the best Personal Trainer in the industry and then give you the ability to research and build a system of training of your own. You will know how to predict and produce every movement possible and then how to predict the consequences of these movements. Additionally you will be able to predict how these motions will sequence bone by bone, joint by joint and muscle by muscle across the whole body.
The course now covers lifting, speed training, fatigue management, skill development, building assessments, solutions and having all the skills to get any client the result that they want within the physical capabilities of the client.
Module 1 – HMAC
Module 2 – The Hips
Module 3 – The Foot and Ankle
Module 4 – The Thoracic Spine
Module 5 – The Lumbar, Knee and Shoulder
Module 6 – Program Design
This is the course I said I would never write. However I have spent a lot of time with my head in the books, and I am proud to bring you a course that is based on a made up word, but a scientifically researched set of principles. In this course, I use the term ‘Neural Notching’ to mean creating zones of strength in ranges that are useable with techniques that are transferable. Over two days, I will show you the skills of movement design, communication, hands on and hands off application, and how these combine to help you dramatically improve your clients ability to perform all kinds of tasks.
It consists of 2 1/2 Hours of Lectures, a downloadable ebook, and a growing library of Clusters each month.
- Introduction to the Course
- Neural Notches and Notching
- Finding Neural Notches
- Skill Development Theory
- 3 Skills for Neural Notching
- Performance Enhancement Training
- Coaching 10 for Performance
- The Exercise Generator and Clusters
- The Sets Card
- Mastering Loading Tools
When you have completed the quiz then you will get access to the area where I share Clusters with you. I will be adding them as we film them, which will be a minimum of one a month. These clusters can then inspire you to build your own, submit and share them with the course.