Mentorship Level I | Belgie
IoM 2017 Spring Level I Mentorship
May 26th – 28th, 2017
In Level I, we introduce an integrative model of exercise physiology and movement biomechanics. Standing on the shoulders of reductionist anatomy and physiology, we take a fresh look at the body’s movement structures to discover how they work as a whole to create motion.
We spend most of our time on the IoM Method for program design: a method that adopts whole-body integration as its guiding principle while including traditional training methods.
Next, the 6-Steps of Exercise Design, will show you how to manipulate exercises to change tissue stresses – how does a split stance affect the body differently during a dead lift? What changes when the load is pushed to the anterior at chest height instead of anterior-lateral at head height? Over several workout sessions, we connect theory with action to enhance your training immediately.
The 4Quadrant Training Model is a powerful programming framework that adapts to any client need, every type of movement, and gives you at-a-glance understanding of imposed demands, expected tissue responses, and recovery needs.
Learn to easily organize a program that balances training with recovery, intensity with rest, specificity with randomness, and structure with variance in and out of the gym setting. 4Q provides the why and when behind exercise selection. This comprehensive approach to effective program design makes it simple to get it right for every client, every time.
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