Mobility and Technique for Strength Training

A Course for Healthcare Professionals -Level 1

This 8 hour course is designed to teach mobility assessment and correction as well as proper biomechanical technique for basic strength exercises and Olympic lifts including: Squats (Back, Front, Overhead), Deadlift, Clean and Jerk, and Snatch. Although many variations and myths regarding these lifts exist, there is only one proper biomechanically – based technique when teaching them. This acts as the foundation from which all rehabilitation exercise progressions begin.

As a participant, through didactic learning and hands-on practical workshop sessions, you will understand how to functionally assess and properly administer these movements. Also you will develop corrective exercises progressions so your patients move safely and efficiently, helping to prevent future injury. You will learn the clinical relevance and importance of integrating these common exercises into a holistic treatment plan for dealing with a variety of injuries of lower and upper extremities as well as spine. You will also learn how to use force plate analysis to help accomplish this.

With the increasing popularity of weightlifting it is critical that healthcare providers understand these movements to best treat these patients. This course bridges the gap from medicine to sports science so your patients feel confident that you understand their injuries and what they need to do to get back to their sports or training.

The information provided in this course has significant and immediate practical application in your clinic and will provide another useful tool in your treatment arsenal!

Learning Objectives:
  1. Apply current research and concepts to learning strength training techniques for all major compound movements.
  2. Learn proper biomechanical weightlifting technique and proper cuing to develop safe, effective treatment plans.
  3. Implement effective assessment of mobility / stability issues.
  4. Develop effective corrective exercise progressions for mobility / stability issues.
  5. Learn to use video and force plate analysis to implement optimal teaching techniques
Course Schedule
  • 8:00 – 10:00 AM: Introduction, Concepts of Human Movement, Definition of Neutral Spine, Definition of “Core”, Triple Extension, Concepts of Strength Training
  • 10:00 – 10:15 AM: Break
  • 10:15 AM – 12:15 PM (Workshop): Static, Dynamic, and Plyometric Movement Assessments; Video + Force Plate Analysis
  • 12:15 – 1:00 PM: Lunch
  • 1:00 – 3:00 PM (Workshop): Strength Technique – Squats (Front, Back, and Overhead); Deadlift; Olympic Lifts (Clean + Jerk, Snatch)
  • 3:00 – 3:15 PM: Break
  • 3:15 – 5:15 PM (Workshop): Corrective Exercise Progressions, Clinical Relevance to Common Injuries, Q + A, Course Assessment
Continuing Education Credits

This course is approved in Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island for 8 contact hours. You will receive a certificate after completion.

Registration

This seminar will take place on Sunday, May 5th, 2019 at Rick Stebbins Performance Therapy Center.
The cost for this 1 Day Seminar is $450

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Cancellation and Refund Policy

Request for cancellations must be submitted in writing to rsteb@optonline.net. Canceling a registration for the course 7 days or more before the course date, a full refund (minus a $50 administrative fee) will be issued in the same form of payment the registration was received. No refunds are granted less than 7 days before the course start date.

Directions and Parking

Mailing Address: 323 Railroad Ave, Greenwich, CT 06830

Parking Address: 16 Bridge St, Greenwich, CT, 06830

Parking is provided in our lot off bridge street under the parking deck. The entrance to the building is on the right through the single glass door.

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