Rehab FX

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Rehab FX is all about screening clients and minimising injuries through functional tools – Kettlebells, Powerbags and Suspension Training.

It is designed by renowned Sports Physiotherapist Ulrik Larsen in consultation with the Functional Training Institute.

The Rehab FX course will equip trainers so they can minimise the risk of injury, generate more efficient movement patterns and understand what common injuries occur and how they can be avoided.

The course covers common injuries that occur with training and why they occur. It looks at the 7 most common injuries that occur within group training sessions or sessions that are using functional training tools.

The course covers the 7 most common movement faults that people may present with that predisposed them to injury. Learn what they look like so you can identify them and help prevent a potential injury.

You will learn a very simple yet highly effective movement screen that will give you great insight into what exercises your clients should and shouldn’t be doing. The movement screen is 7 biomechanical tests that will serve as milestones to monitor and assess clients.

You will learn a series of corrective exercises using suspension training. The exercises are specifically targeted at correcting shoulder instability and impingement. They are also aimed at correcting anterior knee pain, lower back and disc injuries.

The Powerbags are utilised to teach proper squat biomechanics. There are often injuries that occur because of poor form and limitations in the ankles and hips. The course teaches you how the squat should look and how participants can derive the most benefits from this integral lift. Powerbag exercises that enhance thoracic rotation and unilateral stability are also covered in the course.

A series of corrective exercises are taught with the Kettlebells. This includes an array of myofascial releases, iso-integration exercises and dynamic stability drills.

Why you should do this Rehab FX course:

  1. Your clients will move better and have a lower disposition to common training injuries.
  2. You will be able to personalise your sessions to target specific weaknesses and movement faults.
  3. You will be in an optimal position to work with other allied health professionals.
  4. You will be positioned as an expert as you diligently screen and program your clients and sessions.