Modifying Workouts for Athletes Who Have Pain
The guide for coaches, trainers, and clinicians
Master the most effective training modifications you need on a daily basis
Train Your Clients and Athletes Around Pain with Confidence
The health and fitness world needs more trainers, coaches, and healthcare providers who can comfortably and intelligently modify workouts for athletes who are having pain to keep them healthy, moving, and progressing forward.
This extensive course will give you:
The only comprehensive approach for modifying workouts systematically
A library of resources to use for yourself, colleagues, and clients
A system for quickly deciding which exercises to choose and why
The tools to help your clients, athletes, and patients on a deeper level
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Modification Doesn't Mean Stop Training
Just because we have to modify a workout, doesn't mean we can't be training people hard and doing so safely.
When an athlete, patient, or client has pain with certain lifts and exercises, we can do so much for them by appropriately altering their workout. The key is knowing which modifications make sense and have the most similar training stimulus to the lift they want to perform. This isn't necessarily a modification as much as it is a pain free training option.
Rather than completely avoiding the lifts and exercises someone wants to do, strengthening them in a similar way that is pain free is key to keeping them happy and healthy.
Just Avoiding Certain Lifts Isn't Good Enough
As important as helping people lose weight and get fit is, it's not always enough. To best help your clients, patients, and athletes, we need to have solid, practical answers to questions like:
These Answers Already Exist - But How Do You Learn it All?
No program offers an in-depth look at all these lifts, common complaints related to the lifts, what modifications should be done in which order (and why), what accessory work to be doing, and which mobility drills should be used and when.
You could spend endless amounts of time searching online for all of this information, piecing things together from various blogs, YouTube channels, Instagram accounts, books, research articles, and more. But the problem is it doesn't all fit together in the right context. It isn't a workable system.
The good news is, we did all the hard work to put these answers together for you through countless hours of research, working with athletes and clients through injuries, and studying advanced degrees in exercise science, physical therapy, and chiropractic.
Introducing the only comprehensive training program to modify workouts when athletes have pain
This 8-module training program is carefully designed to give you everything you need:
The low back and deadlifts
Being able to deadlift in some way, shape or form without pain is essentially for good training. You'll learn all the modifications, tweaks, and set up differences to change low back stresses
Hip pain, back pain, knee pain. These are the common ailments with squatting. Know how to modify based on which area is problematic to train pain-free
Video Resource Library
Get access to a video library for all the major lifting patterns: vertical pushing/pulling, horizontal pushing/pulling, squatting, deadlifting, and split stance
Shoulder pain is epidemic in a gym setting. Pressing, push pressing, jerking, pull ups, and kipping modifications are covered along with accessory work, and skill training
Cheat Sheets and Guides
Modification templates and cheat sheets for quick reference, to hang on the wall, and to use as training materials for yourself, staff, colleagues, and athletes
Immediately Use What You Learn
Exceptional Training Delivered In an Exceptional Format
For this training, expect a great online learning experience. Each module is presented in an easy to understand sequence that relates to how you will use these new skills and information in a real-world scenario. It's organized in a way that allows you to reference back at any time with ease to find exactly what you are looking for right when you need it.
What this Course is NOT.
Conceptual, Unusable Content
With the advent of the internet, it's become increasingly easy to find information. But is that information usable? Does it apply to real world situations that you will find yourself in? Is it based on experience that is similar to yours? In this course, you won't find concepts for the sake of concepts and information for the sake of filling up pages. What you will find is real-world, highly applicable tools.
The other end of the spectrum is bro-science. This course is based on research that you will find cited throughout the modules and in the course book for your reference. The research is combined with best practices and applied to the gym setting to take out the guesswork and give you the confidence that your recommendations are based on the best available research.
Who should NOT take this course?
If you aren't committed to putting in the work to improve your skills, if you're only looking for quick fixes and shallow knowledge, if you aren't open to changing your current methods at all, or if you are already 100% confident on how to modify every major lift for every athlete, then this course it not for you
Are You Ready to Expand Your Expertise?
Coaches & Trainers
Move beyond just stretching and foam rolling
Have confidence modifying workouts safely and giving the right recommendations
Understand the 'why' behind the right modifications
Broaden your exercise progressions
Learn the best accessory work your patients and clients should be doing
Equip yourself with the most effective solutions and recommendations for your gym-goers
Invest In Yourself
Why spend countless hours scouring the internet for advice from disconnected sources? Why guess how to safely modify workouts for your patients, clients, and athletes? Why wait to get started on deepening your skills?