Ryan Chow, D.P.T.
Ryan Chow, D.P.T.


New York, NY

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Dec 07 2019


11:00 am - 5:30 pm



Reload Presents: Performance, Coaching, and Rehab Pillars

A 6-Hour seminar to improve training and rehab outcomes

About this Event

Who this is for: Personal/fitness trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, physical therapists, chiropractors, and athletic trainers.

This is a perfect workshop for past or interested students of the First Principles of Movement Program

Date: Dec. 7 2019
Time: 11AM-530PM with a 30 minute break. Please arrive 15 minutes early to register.
Aesthetic Temple
400 Swenson Dr, Kenilworth, NJ 07033
Parking is available on site

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Through demonstrations, skill practice, and lab immersion, we will cover:

-An assessment/profiling process that will help you create buy-in with new clients and catalyze progress with existing clients.

-Coaching and communications skills that are informed by the latest scientific evidence

-Biomechanics and exercise techniques applicable to an injured/painful population all the way to high performance athletes

-How to progress and regress exercise selection to set your client’s up for success and results

-Practical programming that will make sure your training/rehab programs are effective, trackable, and executable

Learning Objectives/Course Outline:

The Profile/Assessment (2 hours)

-How to identify an individual’s goals, concerns, fears, worries, barriers to success and create a plan to address them (interview and intake)

-How to determine an individual’s current capacities so a program can be created to help meet their demands (physical examination)

-How to turn every exercise into a test, so that you can improve movement patterns, performance, and easily track progress in key movements. (key principle)

1 hour lecture, 1 hour hands on/problem solving

Movement Prep and Coaching (1 hour)

-Learn the why and the what to movement prep that is the difference between pain and performance.

-How to design a movement prep that primes an effective and efficient training program that can fast tracking results and overcome performance plateaus and painful activities

-How to create an environment where individuals will learn how to problem-solve on their own to create lasting improvement

Exercise techniques/Biomechanics (2 hours)

-Exercise selection preferred by world-champion coaches and athletes applicable to all populations

-Positioning and relevant joint angles for exercises that respects efficient movement, mechanics, and performance

-How to integrate the history, the examination, and the movement prep to create a training program.

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