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.
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
-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/