03 Aug 09:00 - 17:00 - Jerusalem
Taught by Ryan DeBell, M.S., D.C.
This workshop consists of 5 modules:
1. Foundational Movement Concepts
The foundational concepts provide a framework of knowledge that can be applied to all lifts, exercises, and mobility drills. This section is critical for your understanding of movement as the rest of the course builds upon the concepts covered.
2. How to Create Tension the Right Way to Maximize your Lifts Safely
There are typically 4 ways people create tension in their lifts. Some are applicable for gymnastics movements (where you make full body shapes) and others are used for heavy lifts. This module covers the 3-step process for breathing, bracing, and creating stiffness in the safest and most effective way.
3. Find and Fix Deadlift Issues
Keeping your back safe in deadlifts is vital. Find out how to make your deadlift safer and stronger through self-testing and target drills is taught in this module.
4. Why We All Squat Differently and How to Find Your Optimal Stance
Everyone squats differently. People come in different shapes and sizes. How do you know what squat stance is best? It is based on principles and assessed with a 5-step process to find your limitation to being a better, safer squatter.
5. Get Strong, Healthy, and Mobile Shoulders
The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, yet it's a common site of injury and pain. The question to ask is 'do I need more shoulder mobility'?. This module contains the tests to determine that as well as the right areas to stretch/roll and the most effective strengthening exercises you should be doing.