Day 1 – Learn the direct interconnections between being strong and pain free
Day 2 – Learn how to achieve amazing hypertrophy using a powerful, low-intensity exercise protocol
Day 3 – You will receive a sensory, integration-based assessment and the surprising secret to knowing when enough is enough
Day 4 – You will gain a deep understanding of the strength-suppleness continuum and the tools to further enhance performance based on this understanding
Fast twitch, slow twitch. Muscle fiber types don't play as important of a role in strength development as you might think.
The greater the load, the greater the learning. To force a change you must provide the right amount of stress.
Being supple is more about ligaments than it is about muscles. Strong ligaments mean a flexible and supple body.
You can't have one without the other. Strength requires suppleness and suppleness requires strength. Training them synergistically is key to optimal performance.
How to achieve hypertrophy using low reps and low intensity exercises. The days of high volume training so your clients can have biceps that would make Arnold jealous are a thing of the past.
Being freakishly strong and lightning quick are not mutually exclusive.
Don't need to have a ton of weights or weightlifting equipment. This isn't about teaching form.
Strength at end range of motion prevents injuries and lets you and your clients get up out of awkward positions.
The surprising secret to knowing when enough is enough: sensory integration-based assessments. "Stop before you hit the point of failure" has just become a whole lot more precise.
How is it that your client who hasn't exercised in a week can be overtrained? Not only is it possible, but it's likely in our 24x7 culture. Learn to identify overtraining in your clients.
Hard strength-training sessions that won't give your clients that day-two "I overdid it" feeling. It's time to learn the recovery secrets elite athletes use.
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