Assess Before You Address
If you aren’t assessing then you are guessing. Clients want results and you need to know how to get them. Through this course we will teach you how to pin point your clients movement challenges and give you the tools to deal with them. Our system is simple and straight forward and was designed speficially to meet the needs of personal trainers.
Register today and start getting better results for you and your clients.
This 3 day course will cover:
-Anatomny and Biomechanics
-How to perform a client assessment
-Client health history forms & what questions you should be asking
-Breathing assessment and how breath patterning effects movement patterning.
-Software vs Hardware: understanding the difference between the two and how to determine whether someone has a software issue vs a hardware issue. This will help you establish where you need to start in the training process.
-Evaluation: global movement screening and local joint testing.
-Red Flags: based off your findings, if there a is major disfunction and/or pain, knowing when you should refer your client to a medical practitioner.
-Corrective Exercises and Programming: once you have performed your assessment, we will help you understand proper programming to help you get the best results for your clients.
‘Compared to other courses that I have taken with a similar objective I have found this way more accessible for a trainer. It was a great combination of theory and application. Other courses I have taken, while really informative were hard to apply as a non therapist because so much of it involved touching. I actually feel that I can apply this stuff immediately which is cool. I also understand that there is a lot more to practice and learn but I still have a starting point. And compared to other courses, I found Agatsu’s Assessment Course digs much deeper than just identifying the limitations of one’s clients, but helps understand the causes. As a trainer wanting to get your clients results, this is very important. Thank you again for continuing to provide the best education.’
Kirsty Grosart, Garage Gym Girl