October 16 & 17 – Join Dr. Liebenson, Dr. Ryan Chow, and special guests for Precision Programming: The Client-Centered Approach.
A 2-day hands-on seminar to help put FPM concepts into action.
A discussion on “Reconceptualizing Beliefs.”
Join a collaborative meeting place where you’ll learn how to reconceptualize the clinician/coach-client relationship in an evidence-based, client-centered way. You’ll develop the skill of creating precision programs – by utilizing a Profile Template to connect the dots from each person’s story to a relatable plan.
Highlights from FPM – Prepare in New Jersey.
Join us for online webinars in the FPM Learning Portal, and live lab immersion experiences in cities around the world.
Start offering person-centered solutions in the clinic and gym.
“These are the richest education hours I have experienced in more than 20 years. Craig, Laura, and Ryan are the best.”
Marty Walder, DC (Massachussetts)
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“First principles thinking is the act of boiling a process down to the fundamental parts that you know are true and building up from there.”
We are in the midst of an inactivity crisis which accelerates the challenges of a rapidly aging population & growing inequities in the social determinants of health. People are actually getting older at a younger age. As Stephen Hawking said, “The cause of most disease is we eat too much and move too little. Why more people don’t realize this is beyond my comprehension.”
To challenge the status quo & provide a science based & personalized approach to getting people back to activity.
“Movement as Medicine” is the benchmark for our community of coaches & clinicians who promote both self-management & independent functioning. Every person is entitled to:
1. Healthy longevity (prevention of non-communicable diseases (NCDs)) &
2. Sustainable athleticism
While lifespan has increased dramatically, health span has been shrinking. Why is this so?
According to Stephen Hawking, “The solution is simple. More physical activity and change in diet.”