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Circuiting the Rehab Training Model


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April 27th & 28th 2019

The Trio: Lucy Hendricks, Dr. Michelle Boland, & Michael Mullin

Day 1: Saturday with Lucy Hendricks & Dr. Michelle Boland, Fundamentally Sound: Coaching & Technical Mastery, $250

Hours: Five Total, 8am-1pm

Day 2: Sunday with Michael Mullin, Circuiting the Rehab Training Model, $250

Hours: Five Total, 8am-2pm, lunch 11:30-12:30pm

Both Days: $450 DISCOUNT

EVENT IS National Strength & Conditioning Association CEU APPROVED

Saturday April 27th, Day 1: Fundamentally Sound: Coaching & Technical Mastery with Lucy Hendricks & Michelle Boland, PhD, CSCS

Hours: Five Total, 8am-1pm

Have you ever attended a seminar where they picked you as an exercise demo?

Are those not the best?! You get to feel what it’s like to be coached by the instructor. You get to respond to their verbal and manual cues, which allows you to feel what you eventually want your clients to feel. Out of all the exercises you learned about that weekend, the ones you were coached through will probably be the ones you’re most successful with.

Lucy Hendricks and Michelle Boland are providing you that experience for all the keystone exercises that will push clients towards their goals. Get ready to embark on a 5 hour 100% hands on movement journey, where you'll experience the most fundamental weight room movements, built from the ground up. You will also creatively increase your movement repertoire by altering load placement and performance variables to drive adaptations in each plane of motion. 

You will also receive comprehensive exercise sheets filled pictures, instructions, cues, and mistakes. We encourage you to take these home and use liberally with yourself, your staff, and your clients. After the seminar, you will get access to a 2 hour video of how to make detailed training and breath work meaningful for each client which will guarantee client buy-in. 

Sunday April 28th, Day 2: Circuiting the Rehab Training Model with Michael J. Mullin, ATC, PTA, PRC

Hours: Five Total, 8am-2pm, lunch 11:30-12:30pm

The lines have become increasingly blurred between what rehabilitation and training look like—from performance coaches working more with the rehab staff within integrated performance teams, fitness professional’s increasing roles in helping manage or supplement the recovery process of the clients they train, to rehabilitation professionals transitioning their clients further into fitness programs. 

This program will review some of the more important factors to take into consideration, from some base assessments and intervention techniques to program design and professional strategies. Specifics related to breathwork integration, utilizing activities mid-program to manage what is seen during the session, program development focusing on different types of circuits and supersets as well as considerations on building a referral-base and developing your brand.

Tickets can be purchased for one or both days here