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Learn how to tap into the myofasciae and boost your results.
Whether you are an athletic coach, personal trainer, fitness instructor, physiotherapist or medical doctor, you will benefit from understanding a 4-D neuro-myofascial approach to body movement that includes assessment and developing function and performance.
Anatomy Trains in Training is based on Tom Myer’s Anatomy Trains – we are used to thinking of the Lines as lines of communication in the body … Now we can see them as lines of loading and force.
By understanding how the joints direct forces into our myofascial net – controlled by our neural, motor control and reflexive systems – you will gain new and exciting tools to build and progress individualised exercises that are appropriate to any client’s body.
799 EURO till 14.4.
849 EURO from 15.4
Mgr. Ondřej Lunga,email@example.com, + 420 602 4156 84
As a teacher, lecturer, writer, physiotherapist and personal trainer, A-P specializes in a comprehensive and detailed understanding of movement in the context of the integrated myofascial web. A-P has explored the functioning of the body from a multitude of different perspectives over the last 20 years. In his daily treatment and coaching practice he uses highly specific clinical and functional differential diagnoses, integrating them into an overall myofascial movement and posture analysis to rehabilitate and train his clients towards better health and performance. He has written three books examining the field of exercise and wellness from different angles, exploring occupational health and wellbeing as well as more versatile and functional exercises that would best serve our neuro-myofascial entirety and personal goals. A-P is a founder of and senior teacher for the largest personal trainer education organization in Finland, Trainer4you. He is known to give inspiring and intense yet also fun and entertaining lectures that put the theory into practice.
|14.05.2020 - 17.05.2020||Praha||09:00-17:00||Register|