LEARN HOW TO COACH STRENGTH TRAINING TO BECOME A BETTER CLINICIAN

Get the skills you need and apply the principles of effective programming to your rehabilitation.

BECOME A BETTER REHABILITATION SPECIALIST

Feeling lost when it comes to strength training?

Our FREE Clinical Strength Training Workshop is the perfect place to start. You’ll learn from experts how to coach strength training and apply the principles of effective programming.

After attending this workshop, you’ll have the skillset and knowledge needed to make real progress with your strength training. Stop feeling lost and confused – sign up for Clinical Strength Training Workshop today!

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What You Will Learn…

Background theory on strength training and its application.

Background theory on strength training and its application.

The benefits of strength training are well-documented, but how does it work and how can you apply it most effectively? The key is resistance. When you push or pull weights, your muscles are working against gravity or some other form of resistance. Strength training can be an effective tool for rehabilitation patients. For example, those who have suffered a stroke often experience muscle weakness on one side of their body. By working the unaffected muscles, they can help to offset the weakness and improve their overall function.

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Understand the fundamental movements everyone should be doing.

Understand the fundamental movements everyone should be doing.

Everyone should learn the fundamental movements. They are the key to keeping your body healthy and strong. The fundamental movements include: squatting, pushing, pulling and hinging. By incorporating these movements into your rehab programmes, you will be on your way to helping your patients become healthier and stronger.

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Learn how to assess someone's movement competency.

Learn how to assess someone’s movement competency.

Being able to assess someone’s movement competency is an important skill for any coach, trainer, or physical therapist. After all, how can you create an effective workout plan if you don’t know what your client is capable of? Fortunately, there are a few simple tests that you can use to quickly get an idea of someone’s movement ability which we cover on the workshop.

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Learn how to progress and regress exercises.

Learn how to progress and regress exercises.

As any experienced fitness enthusiast knows, there is more to working out than just showing up at the gym and going through the motions. In order to see results, it is important to gradually increase the intensity of your workouts over time.

However, there will be times when you need to dial back the intensity in order to allow your body to recover from a previous workout or prevent injury. This is where progression and regression come in which we cover during our workshop.

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STRENGTH TRAINING CAN BE CONFUSING AND OVERWHELMING, ESPECIALLY IF YOU’RE JUST STARTING OUT.

Not sure where to start? Feeling lost in all the information out there? You’re not alone. Most people feel this way when they start strength training.

WHAT YOU NEED TO DO.

1. Register your interest by clicking the link below.

Sign up today for free.

2. Attend the workshop

Follow our course and become a better rehab specialist.

3. Become a better healthcare professional

Help your patients and clients recovery faster, improve their health and reduce their risk of re-injury.

FREE CLINICAL STRENGTH TRAINING WORKSHOP

£ 0

  • Workshops are 1pm to 3pm on the first Wednesday of each month.
  • Spaces limited to just 12 people.
  • Hurry whilst spaces last!
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Edinburgh, EH6 6BZ, Scotland

Phone: 0131 210 0002

Email: hello@healthbyscience.co.uk

 

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Edinburgh, EH6 6BZ, Scotland

Phone: 0131 210 0140

Email: hello@healthbyscience.co.uk