This two-day course picks up where the assessment course left off. You’ll learn how to use clinical reasoning from the EXOS pillar prerequisite assessment to prioritize and restore movement competency and develop a foundation for higher-level activity.
We’ll revisit the organization of global movement themes and their expression in human movement. We’ll also outline a systematic approach to designing individual and theme-specific recommendations of fundamental movements in preparation for the transition into the EXOS training system.
The goal of this course is to help you set the foundation for an efficient and successful transition to performance training. It provides a framework for using a movement-based approach, and how it can serve as a critical part of the rehabilitation process, ultimately setting the stage for performance training and the reintegration into sport or life.
- Review EXOS’ movement-based therapy methodology and guiding heuristics to transition clients from rehabilitation to performance training
- Introduction to the EXOS training system
- Learn the key concepts of optimizing the global movement themes and bridge the gap from rehabilitation to performance training
- Review the application and prioritization of findings from the EXOS pillar prerequisite assessment
- Application of advanced clinical reasoning as we leverage findings from the EXOS pillar prerequisite assessment to progressively restore the global movement themes and develop a foundation for capacity through the EXOS training system
- How to integrate movement-based therapy heuristics into pillar preparation, movement preparation, medicine ball, and plyometric training to continue focus on movement quality while gaining force-velocity exposure