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Personal Training is Changing
Personal trainers are becoming an integral part of the health care team, allowing for people to stay healthy and get healthier faster than ever before. This means the responsibility for fitness professionals to know more about a wider array of injuries, illnesses and medical conditions is at a greater level than ever before.
Trainers are also doing more to hang on to their current clients by educating themselves further to be able to roll with the punches and adapt to whatever their clients throw at them. We could call this Darwinís theory in the fitness industry: Those who can work with everything will continue to work with everything. Those who donít will find their clients stuck in physiotherapy and unable to train.
Letís put it another way: If you donít know what to do with a clients injury,
they stop training, and youíre out of business.
My nameís Dean Somerset. Iíve been a personal trainer for nearly a decade, and over 80% of my personal clientele come directly from medical referrals (physiotherapists, chiropractors, general practitioners, surgeons) in order to help their patients get continuing results when they leave their clinics. I initially started off looking to become great at helping people lose weight and gain muscle, but quickly found that almost everyone coming into me had a shoulder, back, knee or hip problem that was holding them back.
It was a necessary step for me to learn how to work successfully with a wide array of injuries, conditions and developmental issues in order to take on everyone possible who could benefit from my help. I want to show you how to do the same.
Iíve taken a lot of certifications from different organizations, and came to realize that none of them would touch on the type of issues that would help someone get back in shape following something like a rotator cuff tear, ACL reconstruction, or even simply low back pain. These are conditions that affect a large portion of the population, which meant that most certifications fail to address the needs of the majority of the population. The trainer looking to become amazing at what they do has to know how to work with, around or through injuries without making the worse.
This is where Post Rehab Essentials comes in.
This is a workshop that goes through the basics that every trainer should know about injury post-rehab before working with their clients. It covers the most common conditions of the shoulder, hip, knee and spine, and gives directions on what to do and more importantly, what not to do with the specific injuries. Each section goes through pertinent anatomical information, what adaptations occur with each injury, how to assess and determine who can and cannot begin training, and how to train it to get the best results safely and effectively. Iíve also included sample programs for each injury, and how to progress them through various stages.
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