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Duration: Almost 2 hours of educational content
- CARs warm up so you don't sit too long
- Learn about Joint Assessments for the squat
- Learn about the Functional Screen for Overhead Squats - How to interpret assessment results
- Old Vs New Science
- Tips, Cues & Drills
- Joint Specific End Range Strength (Mobility Training) for the squat
WEEKS 1 - 4
Foundations, we find your current ranges & gradually expand them. We start stability work & learn functional patterns. You will find you start to gain new ranges but keep in mind that connective tissue takes longer to adapt, this is just the beginning!
WEEKS 4 - 8
Your body has experienced enough stimulation to begin strengthening your end ranges & relax into positions, now we are safe to try more complex movements and push your end ranges further than before.
WEEKS 8 - 12
Moving each joint through its functions is now ‘normal’. This is when we can add in end range strength work that is challenging. Here we can address strength and flexibility in fewer movements as you master your new ranges.
If you're just starting on your movement journey, this course is the best way to place solid foundations for all your future trainings. If you're already an experienced mover, this course will help you pinpoint those weak/sore/tight spots you should be working on to unlock your full potential. If you're a trainer/therapist, this course will give you a structure to follow when assessing and programming for your clients. Basically, this course has something to offer to everyone! Being a trainer and yoga teacher, but also an avid mover, this course has given me insight into Hali's and Calum's amazing method, which has done wonders for my own mobility! I though it was time to give back and acquire their skills and knowledge so that I can put it to the service of my own students. So happy about my choice! :) The course is packs a LOT of information in easy - to - follow chapters and Hali and Calum are super quick in replying to any doubts or questions that might come up along the way
Anatomy, Joints & Functions, Human Biology, DNA adaptation, & Bio-tensegrity.
Movement & Posture Assessments: Functional Movement Screens, Joint Specific Assessments, Posture Assessments.
The Science of Our Method: Mobility, Stability & Strength. Warming up, Mobility Training, What are PAILs & RAILs, Isometrics, Hovers & Rotations? What is stability work? What is RNT? When to use resistance bands & What is Functional Training? Programing protocols & identifying pain.
In this module we cover 3 main case studies to show you how to use mobility training methods in the real world. Here you have a chance to test your assessment skills & programming. We also walk you through reasons behind why we would program a certain way.
Topics to investigate with clients to enhance performance, recovery & reduce inflammation. CNS fatigue & Active Recovery. Scientifically Backed Performance Optimisation Techniques: Breathing, Longevity & Flexibility/Mobility Training, Red Light Therapy, HIIT, Grounding, Alternating Hot & Cold Therapy, Sleep Quality, HRV tracking, Zone Training. Training Special Populations (groups, injuries & the elderly).
Hyper-mobility Vs Hypo-mobility, What is tightness?, Hyper-mobility Testing, How to coach different types of 'mobility’, The 4 Types of Flexibility Work, What Is Range Of Motion?, Level 1,2&3 CARs.
Taking your business online: where to start? Cross-pollinating your content, Find your Niche, How to make content & Imposter Syndrome.
I found Hali on Instagram and I am so amazed by her mobility work and how she overcomes her injuries through mobility practice and rehabilitation. What is also amazing is now helping others to do the same. I am a kettlebell sport athlete and I reached out to Hali regarding some of the issues that my body has. She was happy to help and started off with doing a joint assessment. It was so interesting to found some of the limitations that my body has and ways to work on them using their method. The sport that I do is very tough on the body so I needed the mobility work to add on to help with my recovery. I decided to take her certification course to learn more about mobility practice and learn new movements and hopefully help athletes in the future with their injures as going into athletic training field . It was such an amazing experience to have. I learned so much and I look foreword to apply what I learned into my mobility work.
The Mobility & Rehabilitation Online Course strives to provide students with a scientific background to an easy to follow methodology of assessment and programming that will help them decrease pain and movement restrictions.