First Principles of Movement

Organizer

First Principles of Movement

Faculty

Laura Latham, D.C.
Laura Latham, D.C.
Ryan Chow, D.P.T.
Ryan Chow, D.P.T.
Tim Latham, D.C., M.Sc.
Tim Latham, D.C., M.Sc.

Location

Washington, DC

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Date

Feb 22 2020

Time

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Cost

$250 - $300

Bridge the Gap: Prepare 2 Train

A 1-day hands on workshop to help clinicians and coaches to create buy-in with new clients and get more efficient results

About this Event

Review the concepts & implementation of the PREPARE, TRAIN, & RECOVER programs

While the PREPARE, TRAIN, & RECOVER workshops cover the Science & Rationale or WHY of the series along with the craft, skill, methods or WHAT; the BTG programs emphasize HOW to integrate the course work in different environments.

Case-based

1. The 4 Principles of Management – Reviewing

2. The Individualized Profile

3. The Scientific Method & Assess-Correct-Reassess

4. Movement Screen Practical

5. Case Management Problem-Solving

Learning Objectives:

-Learn the basics of creating a precision profile upon which to base person centered programming

-The FPM profile summarizes the individuals goals/demands/concerns and their current capabilities to achieve their goals

-Specifically, a needs analysis of chief complaint, activity intolerances, key performance indicators, yellow flags, past injuries, current or past treatments, competence to return to activity/sport, fitness level (ACWLR)

-Plus a relatable assessment of relevant functional capacity deficits, painless dysfunctions, and mechanical sensitivities

-Learn to bridge the gap in a personalized way from current capacity shortfalls to required capacity demands utilizing the scalable scientific principles taught in the FPM Lab Experience

– The essence of which is our commitment to identifying each persons profile & letting that drive our program

-Finally, learn the connection between preparedness and training

What you will leave with:

– In a nutshell you will learn how to apply the scalable principles in a precision way.

– You will learn how to problem-solve following the same step by step process used in our Case demos from FPM – Prepare

– Regardless of your environment- clinical, personal training or S&C – you will learn how to create relatable plans that achieve “buy in”

– Empower those you serve & work with by focusing on achievable goals & progress.

– Make progress more measurable, manageable, & relatable.

More info on instructors can be found at: https://firstprinciplesofmovement.com/about-our-faculty/

 


 

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